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Birmingham City Council Supports State Legislation Allowing Cities to Sell Car Tags
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Birmingham City Council Approves Amnesty Program
The Birmingham City Council today approved a two month amnesty program on unpaid fines for traffic, parking and non-moving tickets and other citations allowing citizens the opportunity to pay overdue tickets without the threat of additional penalties. Read on...
Birmingham City Council Leader & Neighborhood Members Visit Spartanburg, South Carolina
Councilman William Parker will lead a group of nearly 40 from Birmingham, Alabama to Spartanburg, South Carolina, on Thursday and Friday, January 23-24, for a Fact Finding Visit. Read on...
100 Days of Nonviolence Campaign Concludes with Service Projects and a Field Trip on MLK Day
The 100 Days of Nonviolence campaign concludes Monday, January 20, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, with a shoe distribution, neighborhood cleanup and a field trip to Atlanta to reward the young people who led the initiative. Read on...
ALDOT Officials to Provide I-20/59 Update at Special Called Committee Meeting
There will be a special called meeting of the Birmingham City Council’s Transportation and Communications Committee Wednesday, January 15, 4:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers. Read on...
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In full accord with its longstanding traditions, the Council is proud to commend the American Cancer Society, the largest voluntary health organization in the United States, upon the occasion of hosting the 2014 Relay for Life of Magic City event on June 13, 2014 at the Birmingham CrossPlex.

The Birmingham City Council unanimously approved a Resolution permanently renaming the event in honor of former Birmingham City Council President, the Honorable Late Maxine Herring Parker.  

Renaming this event to the "Maxine Herring Parker Relay for Life of Magic City" will honor her servant leadership, and serve as an ever reminder of the strength and courage she demonstrated during her personal fight before she succumbed in November 2013.

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