Members of Anniston City boards, councils, and commissions serve as vital links between Anniston’s citizenry, its elected officials and city administrators. They bring valuable expertise and experience to decision making and guarantee that all of Anniston’s citizens are represented in the shaping of their city. Continue reading Spotlight on Citizen Boards and Commissions: The Anniston Planning Commission
The question was met with blank stares. It was fairly early in the morning, perhaps too early to ponder such a question. City of Anniston Civil Engineer Lance Armbrester had just asked a group of Anniston High School students where they thought stormwater went after going down a city street drain. Continue reading Do You Know Where the Rain Goes?
Spotlight on Citizen-Led Councils
Styles in architecture like styles in fashion are fickle. One day, we’re all about minimalism; the next, we’re covering that sparseness with wood cladding and embracing our inner ostentatiousness. This is just the type of capriciousness from which the Anniston Historic Preservation Commission was created to protect us.
Get your free tree sapling during the City’s Arbor Day Celebration, Thursday, Feb. 23, from 12 noon until 2 PM at Zinn Park, Anniston.
Trees provided by Alabama Power.