The Weekly Wrap – March 22, 2024

March 22, 2024

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Business & Economy

Development: More than $58.5 million in new construction started in the Huntsville area since March 4, according to building permits pulled by Southern Exposure Information. Overall, 240 permits were issued in Madison, Limestone and Morgan counties. Huntsville issued 97 permits totaling $23.4 million. Madison County issued 75 for $17.5 million, Madison 57 totaling $12.5 million and Decatur issued 11 permits totaling $5 million.

Read More: (Paywall)  March 20, 2024 

Big Spring Park: The Huntsville City Council has greenlit a contract with Bostick Landscape Architects to spearhead the design process for incorporating the former City Hall Administration Building site into the park after demolition.

Read More: HBJ (potential paywall) March 18, 2024 


Summit: Mayor Battle announced the return of the GeoResilience Summit to Huntsville. Hosted by the National Geospatial-Intelligence  Agency and GEOHuntsville, the summit will provide a day of informative panels along with a free student career fair.

Read More: HBJ  (potential paywall) March 20, 2024

Culture & Entertainment

Non-profit: Sue and Roy Nichols gave the Huntsville Botanical Garden a $1.1 million gift to continue its ongoing initiatives.

Read More: WHNT March 20, 2024

Music Festival: Huntsville’s first major music festival coming to John Hunt Park in September.

Read More: City of HSV March 19, 2024

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