Top Headlines: GAO Will Review Space Command Decision, Hollywood Pools Expands with Acquisition

GAO will review Space Command decision
The Government Accountability Office will open a review of the selection of Huntsville’s Redstone Arsenal as the permanent headquarters of U.S. Space Command. This is in addition to the February announcement that the Defense Department’s inspector general would review the selection process. Redstone Arsenal was one of six finalists before it was named the site during the last week of President Trump’s administration.  – UPI

Hollywood Pools expands with acquisition
Birmingham’s Hollywood Pools has acquired Alabama Gaslight & Grill, expanding it pool maintenance and services to add outdoor retail items such as grills and fireplaces. Alabama Gaslight & Grill was created in 1967.  – Vestavia Voice

Woke Vote founder will lead BCRI as interim
DeJuana Thompson, a political strategist, founder of Woke Vote and Think Rubix principal, has been named interim director and CEO of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. The Birmingham native succeeds Denise Gilmore, who was director of transition at the BCRI.  – Birmingham Civil Rights Institute 

Birmingham City Council approves Ensley apartment plan
The Birmingham City Council has approved a $54.6 million plan to bring 244 apartment homes to the site of the old Ensley High School. The campus, abandoned since 2006, will be developed by Missouri-based Zimmerman Properties. – Birmingham Times

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