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Birmingham Water Works Tunnel - Bhamwiki

2019-5-13  The Birmingham Water Works Tunnel is a 2,126-foot-long 1. by 12-foot diameter inclined tunnel bored through Red Mountain near Lone Pine Gap in 1888.The tunnel served to bring water from the Cahaba River into downtown Birmingham.. The tunnel was a project of the Birmingham Water Works Company, a subsidiary of the Elyton Land Company and predecessor to the public board that serves

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Birmingham Water Works Board - Bhamwiki

2021-1-29  The Birmingham Water Works Board is an independent public authority which owns and manages the Birmingham Water Works utility. It was created in 2001 by state law.. As of January 2017, the Birmingham Water Works Board consists of nine members, who can serve no more than two four-year terms.Four of the members are appointed by the Birmingham City Council, two are appointed by

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Mac Underwood - Bhamwiki

2018-12-5  Macaroy Underwood (born November 7, 1959 in Eutaw) is a former general manager of the Birmingham Water Works and finance director for the City of Birmingham.. Underwood was one of nine children born to a bulldozer operator and cook in rural Greene County. He followed a sister into the accounting program at the University of Alabama and, after graduation, went to work for the firm of

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Larry Ward - Bhamwiki

2021-1-4  Larry Ward was head of the public finance division at brokerage firm Morgan Keegan Co., the head of the Birmingham Parking Authority, and is currently a board member of the Bimringham Water Works.. In 2007, Ward was the subject of an ethics complaint alleging that he used his position on the parking authority to improperly benefit Morgan Keegan, which had received $1.38 million in fees for ...

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On this day in Alabama history: Birmingham’s first cholera ...

2018-6-12  (Bhamwiki) June 12, 1873. ... First Birmingham Water Works, 13th Avenue and 22nd Street 5. T.L. Hudgins residence, Sixth Avenue and 21st Street 6. John Terry residence (site of Phillips High School) Jefferson County native Mortimer H. Jordan (1844-1889) was a noted physician who led the fight against the Birmingham cholera outbreak of 1873. He ...

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Cholera and COVID: Birmingham’s two historic health

2021-7-2  As a result, city leaders moved quickly to expand the water and sanitary sewer network and improve drainage. In 1885, the Birmingham Water Works was incorporated; Today, it is the largest water system in the state, serving the city and communities in five surrounding counties. Read Jordan’s historic, firsthand account of the cholera outbreak ...

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On this day in Alabama history: Birmingham Mayor James ...

2018-12-7  Read more at Bhamwiki. James Robert Powell (1814-1883), a founding father and promoter of the city of Birmingham during its early years, was known popularly as “The Duke of Birmingham.” Powell worked in mail delivery and law enforcement

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On this day in Alabama history: Birmingham’s first cholera ...

2018-6-12  (Bhamwiki) June 12, 1873. ... First Birmingham Water Works, 13th Avenue and 22nd Street 5. T.L. Hudgins residence, Sixth Avenue and 21st Street 6. John Terry residence (site of Phillips High School) Jefferson County native Mortimer H. Jordan (1844-1889) was a noted physician who led the fight against the Birmingham cholera outbreak of 1873. He ...

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Cholera and COVID: Birmingham’s two historic health

2021-7-2  As a result, city leaders moved quickly to expand the water and sanitary sewer network and improve drainage. In 1885, the Birmingham Water Works was incorporated; Today, it is the largest water system in the state, serving the city and communities in five surrounding counties. Read Jordan’s historic, firsthand account of the cholera outbreak ...

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On this day in Alabama history: Birmingham Mayor James ...

2018-12-7  Read more at Bhamwiki. James Robert Powell (1814-1883), a founding father and promoter of the city of Birmingham during its early years, was known popularly as “The Duke of Birmingham.” Powell worked in mail delivery and law enforcement before entering politics in the 1850s as a

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Why Do All Three Ductile Iron Pipe Manufacturers Have ...

2019-8-30  McWane Cast Iron Pipe Company. The remaining domestic producer of ductile iron pipe with its beginnings in Birmingham is McWane, founded in 1921 by James R. McWane as McWane Cast Iron Pipe Company . In !926, McWane built a second cast iron pipe foundry, Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe, in Provo, UT to take advantage of the growth out west.

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Birmingham Development News 2006 [Archive] - Page 4 ...

2006-5-24  BhamWiki would LOVE to have information on all of these developments. I'm up to just over 300 articles now, taking a very scattershot approach (partly to demonstrate what I think the scope should be, but mainly because I'm not the most focussed mind). ... a block that houses a Birmingham Water Works payment center, a Kinko's copy center and a ...

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Birmingham Discussion Thread [Archive] - Page 13 ...

2007-8-1  Yes, the Birmingham Water Works and Trussville Utilities (which supplies water to Trussville and some neighboring areas) and possibly others have recently issued mandatory restrictions and are asking those with even-numbered addresses to water their lawns only on Mondays and Thursdays and those with odd-numbered addresses to water their lawns ...

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Wade on Birmingham » Healthsouth

2021-8-22  A 30-part series running daily until Birmingham mayor Larry Langford’s Aug. 31 Oct. 19 federal trial. Thanks to Bhamwiki for helping with this project. The HealthSouth 16. The Securities and Exchange Commission accused Birmingham-based HealthSouth Corp. and its founder Richard Scrushy of a $2.7 billion accounting fraud in 2003. Two years ...

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demolitionThe Terminal Birmingham's hub

2010-4-29  Photo: Travis Bryant/bhamterminal Today demolition crews started tearing down the former homes of Jim Reed Books, Scott’s Koneys, FedEx/Kinko’s and the Birmingham Water Works to allow for construction to begin for the highly anticipated Block 121 development.The project, being developed by Corporate Realty Development and Inland American Communities Group is slated to

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Red Mountain Museum / Discovery Place - Birmingham,

2012-11-8  Red Mountain Museum / Discovery Place (Birmingham, Alabama) Red Mountain Museum / Discovery Place. (Birmingham, Alabama) Site of former museum which evoled in to the McWane Science Center in downtown Birmingham. It is next to one of the largest road cuts

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Birmingham Development News - SkyscraperPage Forum

2007-12-24  The block also includes a Kinko's copy center, a Birmingham Water Works and Sewer Board payment site, a parking garage and a surface parking lot. Corporate Realty officials have proposed a project which could cost as much as $125 million and include a

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Why Do All Three Ductile Iron Pipe Manufacturers Have ...

2019-8-30  McWane Cast Iron Pipe Company. The remaining domestic producer of ductile iron pipe with its beginnings in Birmingham is McWane, founded in 1921 by James R. McWane as McWane Cast Iron Pipe Company . In !926, McWane built a second cast iron pipe foundry, Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe, in Provo, UT to take advantage of the growth out west.

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demolitionThe Terminal Birmingham's hub

2010-4-29  Photo: Travis Bryant/bhamterminal Today demolition crews started tearing down the former homes of Jim Reed Books, Scott’s Koneys, FedEx/Kinko’s and the Birmingham Water Works to allow for construction to begin for the highly anticipated Block 121 development.The project, being developed by Corporate Realty Development and Inland American Communities Group is slated to

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Birmingham Discussion Thread [Archive] - Page 13 ...

2007-8-1  Yes, the Birmingham Water Works and Trussville Utilities (which supplies water to Trussville and some neighboring areas) and possibly others have recently issued mandatory restrictions and are asking those with even-numbered addresses to water their lawns only on Mondays and Thursdays and those with odd-numbered addresses to water their lawns ...

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Birmingham Development News 2006 [Archive] - Page 4 ...

2006-5-24  BhamWiki would LOVE to have information on all of these developments. I'm up to just over 300 articles now, taking a very scattershot approach (partly to demonstrate what I think the scope should be, but mainly because I'm not the most focussed mind). ... a block that houses a Birmingham Water Works payment center, a Kinko's copy center and a ...

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Red Mountain Museum / Discovery Place - Birmingham,

2012-11-8  Red Mountain Museum / Discovery Place (Birmingham, Alabama) Red Mountain Museum / Discovery Place. (Birmingham, Alabama) Site of former museum which evoled in to the McWane Science Center in downtown Birmingham. It is next to one of the largest road cuts

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Wade on Birmingham » Jefferson County Commission

2021-8-22  He devised the Bell Plan, selling the Birmingham Water Works for $200 million that went to school improvements. Bell’s campaign Web site, WilliamBellForMayor, appears to be under construction. • • • Scott Douglas also intends to run. His conference will also be at 10 a.m. Thursday, but at Kelly Ingram Park.

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Birmingham Development News - SkyscraperPage Forum

2007-12-24  The block also includes a Kinko's copy center, a Birmingham Water Works and Sewer Board payment site, a parking garage and a surface parking lot. Corporate Realty officials have proposed a project which could cost as much as $125 million and include a

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Wade on Birmingham » city council

2021-8-24  Remember, if you have problems at your polling place: Notify a poll worker immediately. Call the secretary of state at 1-800-274-VOTE (8683) or visit the site, StopVoterFraudNow. And tell the probate court for Jefferson County (205-325-5203). E-mail us at Vote2021 [at]wadeonbirmingham.

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Birmingham Development News [Archive] -

2007-3-21  The block also includes a Kinko's copy center, a Birmingham Water Works and Sewer Board payment site, a parking garage and a surface parking lot. Corporate Realty officials have proposed a project which could cost as much as $125 million and include

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Birmingham Development News - Page 3 -

2007-2-6  His plan also calls for working with Alabama Power Co., Alagasco, the Birmingham Water Works Board and other companies to update utility systems, some of which are more than 100 years old. `Smart technology':

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