Bill Kling, Jr., was born and raised in Huntsville. He was elected to the Huntsville Board of Education in 1984, elected to the city council in 1988, and re-elected since. Mr. Kling was twice elected city council president.
Mr. Kling received a B.S. degree in Mass Media Communications and Public Administration from the University of Alabama and a M.S. degree in Urban studies from Alabama A&M University.
Mr. Kling has held numerous positions in the broadcast and public relations fields including public relations director, radio announcer and newscaster for a public radio station, and broadcast instructor and public relations specialist for John C. Calhoun Junior College.
BECAUSE THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED IN OBSERVANCE OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING'S BIRTHDAY IN JANUARY AND THE OBSERVANCE OF PRESIDENTS' DAY IN FEBRUARY, THE REGULAR TOWN MEETINGS CONDUCTED ON THE THIRD MONDAY OF THE MONTH BY HUNTSVILLE CITY COUNCILMAN BILL KLING, DISTRICT 4,
ARE CANCELLED FOR JANUARY AND FEBRUARY, 2015. REGULAR MONTHLY MEETINGS WILL RESUME MARCH 16, 2015.
IF COUNCILMAN KLING CAN BE OF ANY ASSISTANCE, PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT HIM AT (256) 534-7704.