https://huntsvillebusinessjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/IMG_2314-2-scaled.jpg6031050Kimberly Ballardhttps://huntsvillebusinessjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/HBJ-Logo.pngKimberly Ballard2021-03-05 11:38:282021-03-05 13:48:05Scents, Sights, & Sounds: Town Madison is Coming to Life
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MADISON -- There is still a lot of roiling red dirt and tractors grinding at the firmament. Not all the landscape has been planted and you will see a spattering of bare spots here and there like missing jigsaw puzzle pieces waiting to be filled in.
A day before Gov. Kay Ivey extended the state’s mandate for masks to be worn in public settings, Dr. Karen Landers of the Alabama Department of Public Health resisted any prompts to politicize any decision. #AlabamaDepartmentofPublicHealth #Coronavirus