Difference between revisions of "East Lake"

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It was incorporated with its own [[Mayor of East Lake|Mayor]] and [[East Lake Board of Aldermen|Board of Aldermen]] in [[1900]]. The City of East Lake was annexed into [[Birmingham]] on [[January 1]], [[1910]] as part of the [[Greater Birmingham]] annexation campaign. It is presently the [[East Lake community]], one of 23 districts organized under the "[[Birmingham Community Participation Program|Community Participation Program]]".
 
It was incorporated with its own [[Mayor of East Lake|Mayor]] and [[East Lake Board of Aldermen|Board of Aldermen]] in [[1900]]. The City of East Lake was annexed into [[Birmingham]] on [[January 1]], [[1910]] as part of the [[Greater Birmingham]] annexation campaign. It is presently the [[East Lake community]], one of 23 districts organized under the "[[Birmingham Community Participation Program|Community Participation Program]]".
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==1901 government==
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* Aldermen
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** [[Nathaniel Barrett]], Mayor
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** [[T. N. Anglin]]
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** [[S. W. Beasley]]
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** [[E. G. Burchfiel]]
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** [[J. W. Hargrove]]
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** [[R. B. Holtam]]
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** [[J. H. Montgomery]]
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** [[R. B. Rogers]]
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** [[J. C. Waldrop]]
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* School Board
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** [[Nathaniel Barrett]], chair
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** [[J. W. Beasley]]
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** [[G. G. Jepson]]
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** [[D. W. Nash]]
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** [[G. W. Papot]]
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** [[W. H. Bowen]], superintendent
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:00, 24 May 2020

East Lake is a former municipality, developed as a streetcar suburb in 1887 by the East Lake Land Company in the vicinity of East Lake Park and the old community of Ruhama.

It was incorporated with its own Mayor and Board of Aldermen in 1900. The City of East Lake was annexed into Birmingham on January 1, 1910 as part of the Greater Birmingham annexation campaign. It is presently the East Lake community, one of 23 districts organized under the "Community Participation Program".

1901 government