Eating and smoking.
Firearms are allowed for hunting deer and bobcats but don’t use them on your dog’s back.
Are you allowed to wear a backpack on the back of my dog?
The City reserves the right to refuse entry to owners if they don’t have permission from the Dog Control department, or if they have given their permission for their dogs to remain in the public right-of-way.
How does the City know it’s allowed to bring in my dog?
The City uses a variety of tools to detect dogs. These include a “Dog Permit Board” of volunteers and a “Dog-Tracking” device.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – After months of work by the local business community, the Huntsville City Council voted Tuesday night to implement a local control system for property tax levies.
The system would require individual residents to submit a written application for a set-aside tax, which would go by the same name. That would allow the city to set a floor for property taxes levied across the city. By law, levies for the last few years have been capped as “special services” levies, but it would create a set-aside for “general tax purposes.”
The City Council’s approval, and the passage of bill HB 2552, came despite opposition voiced by several Huntsville business and property owners. The bill’s opponents said it was a tax that would burden those who already own property and discourage small businesses from locating in the city. They also said it could lead to property taxes going up.
Several local businesses argued that the local control system would not reduce a property tax rate. They said existing homeowners and renters aren’t affected, and the system would not allow them to avoid taxes. Councilman Chris Collins echoed those sentiments and added that if those issues are not addressed, property taxes to homeowners could jump by more than $300 by 2029 according to calculations by the Huntsville Journal.
Many who spoke against the bill spoke outside the Capitol after the vote to protest the city council and the local control system.
“It’s not good for Huntsville,” said one man who identified himself as Matt Williams, owner of the Dental Practice at Huntsville City Hall.
“If it’s not going to help, I don’t see why it comes into it
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