Council Member David Little
David Little was born and raised in Huntsville, in the heart of District 2. He attended Blossomwood Elementary, Huntsville Middle and Huntsville High School, graduating in 1991. After high school, David spent four years in the United States Marine Corps before earning degrees from Calhoun Community College and Athens State University.
His diverse professional background includes aerial photography, owning his own small business and sales management with a local technology firm before joining the investment industry in 2005. Today, he works with a local wealth management and financial planning firm.
Mayor Tommy Battle joined Huntsville City Schools representatives and members of Huntsville City Council to celebrate the groundbreaking on a new state-of-the-art Central Office and Career Technical Facility. The City transferred 14 acres at the corner of North Memorial Parkway and Max Luther Drive to Huntsville City Schools for the new campus. The projected completion date is fall 2025. Referencing the new career tech center, Mayor Battle said the facility will empower [more]Read More
The Huntsville City Council has approved an ordinance that restricts the use of wireless communication devices while driving. During its Oct. 12 regular meeting, City Council voted to green-light an amended ordinance that would upgrade the City’s existing no-text ordinance from a secondary to a primary offense, allowing officers to stop a driver when they see a violation and issue a citation. In a secondary offense, officers can only issue a [more]Read More
An amended ordinance introduced at the Aug. 24 City Council meeting seeks to strengthen Huntsville’s existing law that restricts the use of wireless communication devices while driving. A photo of Council Member David Little’s vehicle after he was involved in a distracted driving-related crash in December 2008. If approved, the ordinance would prohibit drivers from doing any of the following while operating a vehicle: Using a wireless telecommunications device to write, send, read [more]Read More
A discretionary improvement fund established for each Huntsville City Council district is helping to improve quality of life for citizens across all parts of our community. (From left to right) District 2 Council Member David Little, District 3 Council Member Dr. Jennie Robinson, District 5 Council Member John Meredith, District 4 Council Member Bill Kling and District 1 Council Member Devyn Keith. The City Council proposed a resolution last year that would [more]Read More
Huntsville’s annual compilation of construction and real estate data for 2022 is now live. Published by the City of Huntsville’s Long-Range Planning Division, the 2022 Huntsville Development Review is an in-depth snapshot of the City’s progress over the past year. The report, which features data obtained from City records and the North Alabama Multiple Listing Service (NALMLS), is especially useful for those considering buying or selling property, building new structures or moving [more]Read More