Olivia Wilkes | Community Reporter
Amidst many messages of gratitude from the public as most of the Auburn City Council members had their final meeting Tuesday, several citizens addressed the council with concerns over a Glenn Avenue townhouse construction, a rezoning proposal and a potential Webster Road connectivity project.
From movie nights to a murder mystery dinner to haunted walking tours there’s something for students, families and locals of all ages.
The store will be situated in historic downtown Opelika opposite from Café One Twenty Three.
Ron Anders has been elected Auburn mayor. Kelley Griswold has won the race for Ward 2. Brett Smith has won the runoff election for Ward 4. Steven Dixon has won the race for Ward 5. Bob Parsons has won the race for Ward 6.
Gov. Kay Ivey made the first food donations in the 25th annual Auburn-Alabama rivalry food drive during an Oct. 1 commemoration ceremony held on the front steps of the Capitol.
With the approval of legal action against The Hub, the city will try to collect one more time. If that is unsuccessful, they will put a lien on the property and the apartment complex’s business license will be withdrawn.
The Boykin Community Center auditorium was filled with Auburn citizens Thursday night who came out to pose their questions about the downtown building height increase, a rural property rezoning, potential Richland Road high school and short-term housing rentals to the Ward 2 Auburn City Council candidates. The five candidates present began answering questions as the forum began at 6:30 p.m.
Mayor Bill Ham shook hands with the Auburn Orange Dixie Youth baseball team at the Auburn City Council meeting on Aug. 21 and publicly commended the team for their finish as runner-up in the Dixie Youth "O" zone World Series.