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BY SAVANAH WEED firstname.lastname@example.org
Jul 10, 2020
The Enterprise Water Works Board met Wednesday at City Hall to
Mayor Bill Cooper (left) recognized Parks & Recreation Director Billy Powell and proclaimed July as Parks & Recreation Mon...
BY KEN ROGERS email@example.com
Jul 9, 2020
The Alabama State Games, rescheduled for July 31-Aug. 2, have
Jul 6, 2020
The Splash P...
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By Michelle Mann firstname.lastname@example.org
The rezoning of part of the Byrd Subdivision was denied by the Enterprise City Council at the meeting
The council voted four in favor of denying the request to rezone the area at Mamie and Baker Streets in
Talk about a rain delay. The Enterprise Parks and Recreation Department
has a new starting date for its baseball and softball programs.
Originally scheduled for March 16, Opening Day will be June 15 due to the
Enterprise Parks and Recreatio...
BY KYLE MOOTY email@example.com
May 24, 2020
Among the biggest losses Enterprise expects from the economic shutdown during the pandemic are
the lodging taxes and the gas tax.
BY FRANCIE BAKER/THE LEDGER
Enterprise is hardly like the town in the Jim Carey mo...
May 13, 2020
Who exactly is responsible for the summer feeding program for children in the city of Enterprise became
the question after ...
The Enterprise Ledger
Mar 18, 2020
Coffee County EMA Director James Brown was happy to report
good news that no cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus have been
confirmed in Coffee County. He also had to deliver the bad news in...
Phase 1 of the city’s water main replacement project has not yet finished but Phase 2 has begun.
At the Enterprise Water Works Board Meeting March 12 Water Works Board Field Superintendent Alan
Mahan said that Belair Drive, the first street listed...
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By Kay Kirkland, Special Projects Coordinator, City of Enterpris...
Mayor thanks Centennial celebration volunteers
Mayor William E. Cooper and city leaders expressed their thanks Feb. 10 to the volunteers who helped orchestrate the year-long celebration of the Boll Weevil Monument’s 100th birthday, culminating wi...
EPD receives federal grant for equipment
By Kay Kirkland, City of Enterprise
A federal grant for almost $21,000 will be used to purchase equipment to enhance the safety of both the public and officers of the Enterprise Police Department.
Economy roaring’ Lt. Gov. saysBy Michelle Mann firstname.lastname@example.orgMar 4, 2020Lt. Gov. Will AinsworthPhoto by Caroline Quattlebaum
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth
“First, I want to say I bring good news,” Alabama Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth told the capacity c...
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Broken city sidewalks topic at work session
By Michelle Mann
Mar 4, 2020
What to do about cracked and unlevel sidewalks on West College and West Lee Streets was again the
topic of discussion at an Enterprise City Council wor...
By Erin Wilson | Posted: Mon 6:45 PM, Mar 02, 2020 | Updated: Mon 8:19 PM, Mar 02, 2020
HARTFORD, Ala. (WTVY) -- The Wiregrass Economic Development Corporation hosted its 26th annual investors’ luncheon.
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City plans welcome for VA home
Project developments coming to Enterprise
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Council receives updates on Water Main replacement project
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The Downtown Enterprise Business Association made a $200 donation to the Enterprise Police
Department’s Canine Department during the Enterprise City Council meeting Dec. 17. The donation was
from proceeds of...
Enterprise Water Works Board employee Sarah Moore was honored with the Extra Mile Award by
Enterprise Mayor William Cooper at the Enterprise City Council meeting Dec. 17. The award is presented
to city e...