Yesterday, Mayor William Bell unveiled a $40 Million Public Safety Municipal Complex planned for downtown Ensley. According to the Mayor’s office, the plan would create the first ever Public Safety Municipal Complex for the City of Birmingham pulling Municipal Court, Birmingham Police Department Administration and the Birmingham Fire and Rescue Department Administration to one location. The plan will involve public and private funding.
Nothing beats a night out on the town while the air is crisp and the evenings are chill in Birmingham. Right now is the time to take advantage of the cool (almost, maybe cold) season by getting out and experiencing everything the Magic City has to offer (so much!).
If you are new to the south, or just Birmingham for that matter, many local Bar-B-Que joints pride themselves on this saying. Vulgarity is not in question here, you know we southerns tend to have our funny sayin’s.
Yesterday, at 7:30am, it was a chilly 40 degrees in Birmingham. Bundled and layered up, the farmers, the makers and food vendors were prepared for a slow day as people trickled in toward The Market at Pepper Place.
“Magically.” The temperature rose, the sun shined, and the crowd grew and grew.
Checkout Bham Now’s slideshow of yesterday’s November 26, 2016 day at The Market at Pepper Place.