2022

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2022 is the 151st year after the founding of the City of Birmingham.

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  • March 2125: A "disproportionate" number of Birmingham Police Department employees called in sick, in an apparently organized protest against staffing shortages, too-modest pay raises, and diminishment of pension benefits.
  • March 30: The City of Birmingham filed a lawsuit against Trane U.S. Inc. over claims made as part of its 2-year contract with SRS Inc. of Gallatin, Tennessee to perform energy upgrades and install Trane HVAC equipment in 125 city-owned buildings beginning in 2016.
  • May: Birmingham Xpress rapid transit system began operation.

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A volcanic eruption at Hunga Tonga on January 15 caused tsunami flooding across the Pacific.

Notable people who died in 2022 included actors Louie Anderson, Sidney Poitier and William Hurt; anthropologist Richard Leakey; comedian Gilbert Gottfried; film director Peter Bogdanovich; football coach Dan Reeves; musicians Naomi Judd and Meat Loaf; and former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

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