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Alabama homemade food entrepreneurs able to ship, sell goods online through change in law
Alabama is taking a major step forward for food entrepreneurs and consumers with Gov. Kay Ivey's signature of SB160, which will lift Alabama's restrictive $20,000 cap on gross sales, allow the sale of all shelf-stable foods and allow online sales and shipping of homemade food products.
REV Birmingham has released a state of downtown report & the future looks bright
REV Birmingham, an economic development nonprofit, released the state of downtown report covering how downtown has been affected by the pandemic and the clear-cut path to recovery. They have gathered enough data (business is on the rise!) to help BHM stakeholders plan for the future of downtown. Importantly, REV Birmingham believes our Magic City is in great shape to take advantage of this growth.
Power Moves: William E. 'Bill' Cooper leads Enterprise, Alabama's 'City of Progress'
Being the first in any arena often takes time and effort. William E. "Bill" Cooper ran a successful race to become the first Black elected mayor of Enterprise after being the first Black elected to the City Council, where he served for 30 years. He has now served more than four years as mayor.
- 2020 Annual Report
- New Program Launch
- "Shop Local Support Small" Car Tag Press Release
- FAQ - Car Tag Initiative
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- State of the Street April 2020
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