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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA - JUNE 14, 2021

Posted 06/09/2021
City Council has its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, June 14, 2021 beginning at 7:30 p.m. in City Council Chambers. NOTE: As of the June 14, 2021 meeting, City Council meetings will reopen to the public and the following safety guidelines will be in effect: unvaccinated members of the public will be required to wear a mask, temperatures will be checked at the Council Chambers doors, and a limited capacity will be permitted inside Council Chambers for social distancing.

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Police Chief Ray Cornwell Announces Retirement

Posted 06/08/2021
HUNTINGTON – Mayor Steve Williams announced Tuesday, June 8, that Huntington Police Chief Ray Cornwell will retire, effective July 2, 2021 after 25 years of service to the citizens of Huntington.

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National Program Selects Gallaher Village Square for Improvements

Posted 06/02/2021
HUNTINGTON – A small park in Huntington’s Gallaher Village neighborhood will see improvements this summer as part of a national program that is coordinated by H&R Block and Nextdoor.

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City of Huntington Launches new Litter Abatement Program

Posted 05/21/2021
The City of Huntington will encourage litter abatement year-round with a new program. The city will launch a new Litter Support Program in an effort to give back to the community. The city has allocated some of the funding provided by the 150th Anniversary Fund to support this initiative. These funds covered the cost of ordering 200 litter sticks, 250 pairs of gloves sourced locally from General Building Supply and 10,000 garbage bags.

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Cleanup crew implemented in downtown Huntington

Posted 05/11/2021
HUNTINGTON – The City of Huntington’s Public Works Department has implemented a permanent, downtown cleanup crew

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Spring Paving Set to Begin in Huntington

Posted 04/13/2021
HUNTINGTON – Spring paving in Huntington will begin in the near future. Paving usually occurs in the fall and spring in Huntington. This past fall, paving projects totaling 4.04 miles that cost $950,000 were completed. This spring, approximately $1.15 million in paving projects will be completed, bringing the 2021 fiscal year total spending on paving to $2.1 million.

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Underpass Project to Resume Monday, April 5

Posted 04/05/2021
The Huntington Sanitary Board will resume work Monday, April 5, on a project that is expected to reduce flooding in the 8th and 10th Street underpasses.

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A.D. Lewis Community Center Hosts Vaccination Clinic on Tuesdays

Posted 03/30/2021
The City of Huntington and Cabell-Huntington Health Department are partnering to conduct a vaccination clinic from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Tuesday at the A.D. Lewis Community Center, 1450 A.D. Lewis Ave., for individuals 18 and older. No appointment is needed. For more information, call 304-696-5908.

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Virtual Forum to focus on COVID-19 vaccine

Posted 03/01/2021
HUNTINGTON -- Providing accurate information about the COVID-19 vaccine will be the focus of a virtual public forum at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 18.

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City of Huntington releases plan to assist residents with storm debris removal

Posted 02/25/2021
HUNTINGTON – The City of Huntington has developed a detailed plan for removing storm debris from along public roadways and from residents’ curbs in response to two ice storms earlier this month.

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