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GOOD HOPE — The Good Hope City Council approved the sale of the 3.3-acre plot of land next to Good Hope Pharmacy to a buyer who plans to build a new medical development on the site.
COVID-19 played havoc with last year’s on-site meeting schedule for the Alabama Legislature, and the possibility still persists that the Feb. 2 start of this year’s session may be followed by remote communication and some early down time — though the state has so far made no decision that could affect lawmakers’ efforts to return to normal activity at the Statehouse.
While Cullman County’s new five-member commission form of government has already passed into law, the current three-member setup will be with us for two more years, until the 2022 election when all four associate commission seats — everyone except the chairman — will be on the ballot.
Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Alabama lawmakers missed out on roughly one-third of the 30 legislative days marked for this year’s session, leading to speculation in Montgomery that Gov. Kay Ivey may call a special session to tackle one of the big pieces of business left on the table when the session ended May 18.