The city has begun discussions with the developer of the St. James Hotel concerning two other pieces of downtown property.
The Selma City Council was told at its May 11 meeting that Rhaglan Hospitality is considering placing a fast-casual restaurant in the Songs of Selma Park at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
The facility, which would be either a one-story building or a renovated shipping container, would employ five associates. Discussions have also begun on a request from Rhaglan to develop the former Byrd School and its playground into multifamily units.
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