Legal Issues

Meet the Candidates: Kenny J. Smith

Meet the Candidates: Kenny J. Smith

By on 24 February, 2011 in Government, Legal Issues with 2 Comments

On March 8th, much of Midtown will go to the polls to elect a new representative for District 7 of the Montgomery City Council. Now that Martha Roby has gone off to Washington to represent Montgomery in Congress, eight candidates qualified for the special election to replace her and seven remain in the race. Midtown […]

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Meet the Candidates: Grayson White

Meet the Candidates: Grayson White

By on 23 February, 2011 in Government, Legal Issues with 1 Comment

On March 8th, much of Midtown will go to the polls to elect a new representative for District 7 of the Montgomery City Council. Now that Martha Roby has gone off to Washington to represent Montgomery in Congress, eight candidates have qualified for the special election to replace her. Midtown Montgomery Living is interviewing candidates […]

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Political Update: D7

Political Update: D7

By on 21 February, 2011 in Government, Kate and Stephen, Legal Issues with 5 Comments

Well, the final days of the race to replace Martha Roby are upon us. As you (hopefully) know, we at Midtown Montgomery Living have been tracking the city council special election to fill the District 7 slot left vacant when Roby was elected to Congress back in November. The election is March 8 and, if […]

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Meet the Candidates: Arch Lee

Meet the Candidates: Arch Lee

By on 14 February, 2011 in Government, Kate and Stephen, Legal Issues with 1 Comment

On March 8th, much of Midtown will go to the polls to elect a new representative for District 7 of the Montgomery City Council. Now that Martha Roby has gone off to Washington to represent Montgomery in Congress, eight candidates have qualified for the special election to replace her. Roby told us last week that […]

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Meet the Candidates: Stan Snyder

Meet the Candidates: Stan Snyder

By on 10 February, 2011 in Government, Kate and Stephen, Legal Issues with 0 Comments

On March 8th, much of Midtown will go to the polls to elect a new representative for District 7 of the Montgomery City Council. Now that Martha Roby has gone off to Washington to represent Montgomery in Congress, eight candidates have qualified for the special election to replace her. Roby has declined to endorse anyone […]

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Not “Oh, Rats!” but “Glory, Hallelujah!”

Not “Oh, Rats!” but “Glory, Hallelujah!”

Five years ago this spring, Historic Southview Inc. kicked off its second design charrette. Its focus was to improve the look, feel and function of Cloverdale Village, the mixed use area that runs east on Cloverdale Road from Decatur Street. This event followed the similar design process devoted to Cloverdale Five Points (East Fairview and […]

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Meet the Candidates: Isaiah Sankey

Meet the Candidates: Isaiah Sankey

By on 7 February, 2011 in Government, Kate and Stephen, Legal Issues with 0 Comments

On March 8th, much of Midtown will go to the polls to elect a new representative for District 7 of the Montgomery City Council. Now that Martha Roby has gone off to Washington to represent Montgomery in Congress, eight candidates have qualified for the special election to replace her. Roby told us last week that […]

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Meet the Candidates: Duncan Kirkwood

Meet the Candidates: Duncan Kirkwood

By on 31 January, 2011 in Government, Kate and Stephen, Legal Issues with 1 Comment

On March 8th, much of Midtown will go to the polls to elect a new representative for District 7 of the Montgomery City Council. Now that Martha Roby has gone off to Washington to represent Montgomery in Congress, eight candidates have qualified for the special election to replace her. Midtown Montgomery Living will be interviewing […]

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Coming Cloverdale Construction

Coming Cloverdale Construction

There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the federal stimulus funds. Some see them as a money-wasting intervention into the free market. Others see them as valuable attempts to save the economy and create jobs. But for most people, the conversation remains an abstraction — something to be sorted out on […]

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Eleven New Year’s Wishes

Eleven New Year’s Wishes

Sure, it’s a little late for New Year’s Resolutions, but these are really more “wishes” than resolutions. And besides, the new year doesn’t really start until college football is finished anyway, right? As such, we were reflecting on the coming year and what we want for our beloved Montgomery during 2011. Because you can’t accomplish […]

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