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During a called meeting this morning a jovial Anniston City Council voted 5-0 to add Juneteenth to the city’s calendar of holidays.
The Anniston City Council will hold a special called meeting Saturday to add Juneteenth, the new federal holiday, to the schedule of city holidays.
Replacement for the Quintard oaks is just one of the ideas members of the council will discuss as they sit down, as early as next week, to work out how they’ll spend the city’s windfall from the American Rescue Plan Act.
Anniston City Council says a Jack's Hamburgers in Golden Springs can pay less tax, tax, tax for 10 years, but after that will pay more, more, more.
The council on Tuesday will vote on an agreement that would give Jack’s a 60 percent rebate on its sales taxes at the Golden Springs site during the first 10 years a new restaurant is open.
Anniston’s city council may bring back the public comment portion of its regular meetings in July, Mayor Jack Draper said last week.
A Cobblestone Hotel in downtown Anniston stands to be worth as much as $3.35 million to Calhoun County each year, according to an economic impact study released Wednesday.