Cory Blackmon | Community Reporter
The Auburn City Council postponed a vote to Dec. 3, on a resolution for conditional use approval to construct a private dormitory on Armstrong Street.
While officiating the ceremony, Anders said he wanted to continue the tradition of recognizing and thanking veterans who have served the country and who live in the community.
“They’re so grateful to see everybody out and supporting Aniah and the family,” family spokesperson Haley Tembarge said. “Just to know that people are still aware of the story and looking for her means the world to them.”
Standing in the recently completed Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center, Anders spoke of growth, tragedy, progress and change during the inaugural State of the City address Monday evening.
The Auburn City Council formally declared the City a Purple Heart City Tuesday night in honor and recognition of veterans who have been wounded or killed in service of their country.
Lauryn Rodgers and her husband started The Flower Bed in April 2019, selling flowers out of the bed of a green 1940 Chevy truck.
A group of Auburn residents is speaking out against short-term rental units and warning against the dangers they pose to the value of neighborhoods in Auburn.
Daniel Holland, a 2011 Auburn alumnus, partnered with Alabama Power to bring Smart Neighborhoods to Auburn.
In a 6 to 2 vote, with one Council member absent, the Auburn City Council decided to allocate no public funds to the relocation and restoration of the historic Cullars house.
The Auburn City Council postponed their vote for relocating the historic Cullars home until their next meeting on Sept. 17. The City and individuals are exploring different options for the future of the house.