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City leaders to discuss redevelopment plans for Stone Middle School

Redevelopment plans for the Stone Middle School property will be discussed at Monday's conference. (Source: WAFF) Redevelopment plans for the Stone Middle School property will be discussed at Monday's conference. (Source: WAFF)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

The City of Huntsville, Downtown Huntsville, Inc. and representatives from Yellowhammer Brewing and Straight to Ale Brewing will be on hand at the Stone Middle School property on Monday at 2:00 p.m. to discuss plans for the redevelopment of the Stone Middle School property in West Huntsville.

The Huntsville City Schools Board of Education authorized Superintendent Dr. Casey Wardynski to enter into an agreement with Randy Schrimsher, a private developer, to acquire the property through a deal no less than $1.139 million.

In conjunction with the redevelopment, the City of Huntsville is proposing purchasing four acres of the nearly 10-acre site for green space, parking and other public entertainment options.

They will release renderings of what the buildings could look like. They’re also going to explain what the proposed outdoor amphitheater will look like.

Straight to Ale released a possible rendering on their Facebook page.

The city has also confirmed there are eight current breweries and at least a dozen tap rooms in our area.

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