A grant awarded in June to the Albany Police Department will help pay for future spending related to COVID-19.
“The city of Albany has made great strides with the Smart Cities Initiative,” CDED Director Shelena Hawkins said.
When it comes to style, there is a long tradition of one generation’s fashion statement or new thing being decried as an obscenity by an preceding one.
Some 98 comments were received after the meetings, the first of which was held on Jan. 10, Love said.
“Kicking the can down the road” is a phrase that long has been associated with political inaction.
The City of Albany's annual 4th of July Celebration and fireworks show has been cancelled this year to prevent the spread of COVID-19, city officials announced.
With an eye toward eliminating a potential vulnerability in its communications system, the city of Albany is looking to provide a backup to what could be described as the nerve system for both Albany and Dougherty County governments.
In the wake of nationwide protests following the Memorial Day killing of a Minneapolis, Minn., man, the Albany City Commission is looking to address issues raised during discussions that have arisen since that fatal encounter.
The city of Albany would provide nearly $900,000 to fund the Chehaw Park Authority under a proposal that requires the body to produce a new master plan before being considered for additional funding.
Budget priorities identified by Albany City Commission members is evident in the city’s proposed spending plan that boosts pay for police and increases spending on demolishing dilapidated housing and improvements of recreation facilities.