City of Andalusia Andalusia Housing Authority

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City of Andalusia Andalusia Housing Authority
City of Andalusia Andalusia Housing Authority is listed in the Government Services category in Andalusia, Alabama. Displayed below is the only current social network for City of Andalusia Andalusia Housing Authority which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of City of Andalusia Andalusia Housing Authority on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Contact information for City of Andalusia Andalusia Housing Authority is:
145 Murphree Dr
Andalusia, AL 36420
(334) 222-5871

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City of Andalusia shared Alabama Historical Commission's post.
Why is the Black Heritage Council's Community Preservation Forum in Andalusia this year? The Black Heritage Council of the Alabama Historical Commission has identified 30 historical sites on a driving tour of Covington County. But only one of those is listed on a historic register, one of many reasons the organization is holding a Community Preservation Forum in Andalusia on Saturday. “Covington County has 17 listings included in the Alabama Register of landmarks and Heritage, 10 listings included in the National Register of Historic Places (counting historic districts as one listing) and five cemeteries listed in the Alabama Historic Cemetery Register,” Dorothy Walker, Alabama Historical Commission Black Heritage Council Liaison said. “Of these, there is only one primarily African-American historic site that has been registered in the entire county and that is the Hardin Street Cemetery which was listed in the Alabama Historic Cemetery Register in 2008. There are no African-American historic sites in Covington County listed in the Alabama Register or the National Register.” The Council’s goal with Saturday’s forum is to spotlight African-American historic places that are or were in Covington County and provide information to the communities on how to document, register, preserve and/or promote the African-American historic places in Covington County. Walker said the group is expecting about 50 participants in Saturday’s forum, which will be staged at the Woodson Learning Center, 1201 C.C. Baker Ave. “We have folks coming from as far away as Huntsville and Tuscaloosa to attend the event,” Walker said. “We are pleased that it will be a diverse group of presenters, which include the African-American Heritage Society of Covington County and the Covington County Historical Society along with preservation and museum professionals as well as historians from across the state. Saturday’s programs begin at 9 a.m. and conclude at 3. Thank you to the Andalusia Star-News for the great article - http://www.andalusiastarnews.com/2017/09/22/state-preservationists-meeting-here/ #AlabamaHistory City of Andalusia
Heritage Council wants to save African-American historic sites The Black Heritage Council of the Alabama Historical Commission has identified 30 historical sites on a driving tour of Covington County set for today. But only one of those is listed on a historic register, one of many reasons the organ...

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City of Andalusia shared City of Lakeland, FL - Government's video.
Early this morning...the first round of out-of-state utilities crews left to head back to their homes after working tirelessly in Lakeland to restore power to our citizens! As of 4pm today, My Lakeland Electric reports that there are less than 300 single service repair jobs to complete. This number will continue to decrease as we energize homes after customers have made the necessary repairs to thier weatherheads and metercans. My Lakeland Electric has crews dedicated to working on this list and will continue until all have been restored. Thank you, City of Fairhope Utilities; City of Andalusia Utilities; the Grand River Dam Authority; Lafayette Utilities System (LUS); Greenville Utilities Commission; Huntsville Utilities; Kissimmee Utility Authority; City Government of Wilson, NC - Wilson Energy, The City of High Point, NC Utilties, Town Of Middleton, MA Electric Department, Town of Ipswich Electric Department, Marblehead Municipal Light Department, Town of Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant, Town of Groveland, MA Electric, Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department, Town of Danvers Department of Public Works, Georgetown Municipal Light Department, Town of Merrimac, MA Light Department, Murfreesboro Electric Department, NC Public Power and of course, My Lakeland Electric! #weareallinthistogether #iamlakeland #lovelakeland #LKLD #IrmaLKLD #AfterIrma

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City of Andalusia shared City of Lakeland, FL - Government's post.
At 9 AM today (9/20), My Lakeland Electric is reporting that 1,310 customers are without power. LE linemen and power workers from City of Fairhope Public Utilities; City of Andalusia Utilities; the Grand River Dam Authority; Lafayette Utilities System (LUS); Greenville Utilities Commission; Huntsville Utilities; the Kissimmee Utility Authority; City Government of Wilson, NC - Wilson Energy, The City of High Point, NC Utilties, Town Of Middleton, MA Electric Department, Town of Ipswich Electric Department, Marblehead Municipal Light Department, Town of Rowley Municipal Lighting Plant, Town of Groveland, MA Electric, Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department, Town of Danvers Department of Public Works, Georgetown Municipal Light Department, Town of Merrimac, MA Light Department, and NC Public Power busy working to restore the remaining residences and businesses still without power by end of shift TODAY (10 PM). More updates coming as soon as they are available to FB and lakelandgov.net/hurricane. #weareallinthistogether