Mayor Tommy Battle to recognize May as ‘Historic Preservation Month’

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville Mayor Tommy will join others Friday morning in recognizing May as Historic Preservation Month in the city.

City Preservation Planner Katie Stamps, District 4 Council Member Bill Kling, and City and Long-Range Planner Dennis Madsen will join the Mayor on the 8th floor of the 106 Jefferson Hotel at 9 a.m. at Baker & Able.

Mary Beth Lewis, the hotel’s director of sales and marketing, is expected to discuss the building’s historic elements.

Throughout May, History Preservation Month will focus on Huntsville’s downtown commercial district and the progress made in the area in recent years.

Events planned throughout the month will be discussed, including two downtown walking tours and the unveiling of a historic landmark. Several historic downtown buildings will also be featured on social media as part of the #SavingPlacesHSV campaign.


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