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Bessemer DDA talks annual spending

 

April 16, 2022



BY CHARITY SMITH

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BESSEMER — The Bessemer Downtown Development Authority was focused on how best to spend its monies to help grow the businesses in the community, during its meeting on Thursday night.

The Downtown Development Authority approved popup shop funding for Melissa Anderson owner of Mel’s Cuts Barber Shop. The shop is located directly across from A.D. Johnston High School, in the small green building at 101 East Lead Street. Anderson grew up in Bessemer and graduated from ADJ. She said she has 24 years experience as a barber and formerly owned a shop i...



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