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“What’s Working?” Tuscaloosa City aiding citizens and business to build back stronger

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Tuscaloosa Co. Ala. —Just west of Jefferson County and about one hour and 20 minutes away from Birmingham, you’ll find Tuscaloosa County.  With a population of little more than 198,000, the county is second largest county geographically in the state of Alabama.  The county seat is the City of Tuscaloosa which is home to The University of Alabama, a well noted public research university ranked high in sports, academics and service.  

Tuscaloosa is also a county still recovering after a powerful EF-4 tornado devastated the area on April 27, 2011.

In this What’s Working  online video report,  Alabama's 13 Bettina Boateng , Producer Danielle Deavours and Photojournalist Ben Bryson take  you to Tuscaloosa to  show you how the City of Tuscaloosa is helping business owners and citizens build back  stronger, safer, smarter.

Please click on the video player to view the online report.

For more information about Tuscaloosa City’s Forward Plan and other initiatives mentioned in the online report, please access the URL links listed below.

What’s Working Tuscaloosa

http://www.tuscaloosa.com/

http://www.tuscaloosachamber.com/

http://visittuscaloosa.com/

http://gildassalon.com/

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