Thomas "Tommy" Battle, Jr.

The 67th Mayor of the City of Huntsville

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BOCAR to Add 300+ jobs in North Alabama

November 16, 2017

BOCAR, a leading Tier 1 automotive supplier, plans to invest $115 million in a new plant to be built in Huntsville in Limestone County. The company will hire more than 300 people, adding to the state’s booming automotive manufacturing sector. BOCAR company leaders made the announcement [more]

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Alabama’s ‘Big 5’ mayors meet in Birmingham

November 9, 2017

The mayors of Alabama’s five largest cities gathered Wednesday and Thursday in Birmingham to share ideas and best practices from their respective communities. The “Big 5” mayors, representing Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa, meet quarterly to discuss issues they can work on together. The meeting was [more]

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Show Your #RedWhiteBlueHsv

October 30, 2017

Mayor Tommy Battle and the City of Huntsville are gearing up for Veterans Day celebrations and invite the public to help honor those who serve or have served in our military. From Nov. 2 – 12, we’re asking residents to show their red, white, and blue [more]

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Parsons Global Tech Company Expands Huntsville footprint and adds 50 new jobs

October 25, 2017

Mayor Tommy Battle joined leaders from Parsons today in announcing an expansion of the global engineering firm’s Huntsville location to include a new 25,000 square-foot high-bay facility and an additional 50 new jobs. The new facility at 401 Diamond Drive will give Parsons greater capability to accommodate a [more]

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Mayor Battle Statement on Aerojet Rockedyne Oct. 24 Groundbreaking

October 23, 2017

Aerojet Rocketdyne will break ground on its new state-of-the-art Advanced Manufacturing Facility in North Huntsville Industrial Park on Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 3 p.m. Mayor Battle calls the event another milestone day in Huntsville’s future. “What we are celebrating is a two-for-one win for the people [more]

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