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February 7, 2020
Orange Beach Planning Commission meeting file photo from June 10, 2019

The Orange Beach Planning Commission is scheduled to meet at 4 p.m. Monday, February 10th for its regular meeting in the Council Chambers at City Hall. 

Full agenda packet for the February 10, 2020 Orange Beach Planning Commission meeting

The agenda is as follows:

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February 6, 2020
Public invited to OBPD ‘Conversation over Queso’ on Feb. 27

The public is invited to join Police Chief Steve Brown and the Orange Beach Police Department for “Conversation over Queso” from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, February 27th at YoHo Rum & Tacos at The Wharf. 

Refreshments will be provided courtesy of YoHo, which is located at 4851 Wharf Parkway East.

 

February 5, 2020
22nd Annual Pleasure Island Firefighter Benefit (Bob Gilray Memorial Brat Fest) set for Feb. 8, 2020

The 22nd Annual Pleasure Island Firefighter Benefit (Bob Gilray Memorial Brat Fest), a community event sponsored by Snowbird Clubs, will be held Saturday, February 8th at the Orange Beach Community Center. The Brat Fest starts at 11 a.m. run until the brats are sold out. 

The cost is $4 per Jacksonville Brat with fixings. Beverages will be sold including coffee, tea, and soda. Carryout...

February 5, 2020
Operation ReConnect salutes military veterans and their families with free, week-long beach vacations in Orange Beach, Alabama

ORANGE BEACH, ALABAMA. (January 30, 2020) — American military veterans and their families will soon enjoy a one-week stay in paradise, thanks to Operation ReConnect. It’s the third consecutive year that the City of Orange Beach, property owners, rental management companies and many other local businesses come together and give more than a “Thank You” as a way to give back to U.S. military...

January 31, 2020
Renee Gardner recognized for 30 years of service to City of Orange Beach

During the council meeting on January 21, 2020, Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon and the City Council presented Municipal Court Director Renee Gardner with a Certificate of Recognition for her 30 years of dedicated service to the city.

"I moved to Alabama in 1982 and to Orange Beach in 1984,” Gardner said in the city employee newsletter. “I started working for the City on December 8, 1989...