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Restaurant fined £50,000 for serving food on boards ‘incapable’ of being cleaned

A Birmingham restaurant has been fined £50,000 after magistrates ruled wooden boards it had been serving food on put customers at risk of food poisoning.  191 more words

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Updating KPM Marine 2013: John Clancy’s legacy fund, the BSBLF 

Birmingham City Council leader John Clancy said earlier this year, “(Entrepreneurs) risk-takers are hugely important to the city economy, creating jobs and wealth. Given the right support, they can help us create inclusive growth across Birmingham, so I’m delighted that we’re able to support our SMEs through the new Birmingham Small Business Loan Fund.” … 387 more words

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Woodfin talks renovation, revitalization after first city council meeting

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — New Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin addressed the council and the public near the start of his first city council meeting Tuesday, saying they have business to do and that meetings won’t be conducted in the same way they used to be. 417 more words

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Birmingham City Council votes to revoke business license from Skyy Nightclub in 5 Points South

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — The Birmingham City Council voted unanimously Tuesday morning to revoke Skyy Inc.’s business license, a nightclub operating in the 5 Points South neighborhood. 115 more words

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Valerie Abbott voted in as Birmingham City Council president after new councilors sworn in Tuesday

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Three new Birmingham City Councilors were sworn in Tuesday morning at Birmingham City Hall, and got to work shortly after, voting in their new council president and pro-tem. 91 more words

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Birmingham City Council to make improvements to the safety on Pershore Road

Improvements to what residents call the “road of death” will be made in Jan 2018. Read the article on Birmingham East side here.

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Monday 28th August 2017 - I Phone 0121 464 2001, Birmingham City Council's Automated Telephone Payment System, & Pay £64.14

This is my first post since 6th July 2017, I’ll endeavour to fill in the gaps as and when I can.

I rang 0121 464 2001, Birmingham City Council’s Automated Telephone Payment System this morning, and paid £64.14 to cover the last two weeks’ non-dependent charge, and empty bedroom tax.

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