It’s a fact that nothing can bring two divergent factions together more quickly than to give the parties common cause. The Dougherty County and Albany City commissions found that common cause Monday morning.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Jan. 15, 2019
The Downtown Development Authority approved on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding with the city of Albany to clean up the old Water, Gas and Light building after an ongoing $350,000 environmental assessment of the property at 207 Pine Ave. is complete.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Jan. 9, 2019
While most of her colleagues on the Albany City Commission were still in holiday mode on New year’s Day, Ward III Commissioner B.J. Fletcher was not only hard at work a short time after the Atlanta Peach dropped signifying the start of 2019, she was ready to talk about her hopes for the commission in the new year.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Jan. 2, 2019
The Thomasville City Council unanimously adopted “Blueprint: Thomasville 2028,” the comprehensive plan for the city in July.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Dec. 27, 2018
Holding firm to the belief that prayer is the key to accepting responsibility in God to bring about positive change, the Albany-Dougherty National Prayer Committee (ALDON) will host the 43rd annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast on Feb. 7.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Dec. 26, 2018
The Federal Transit Administration has determined that the Albany Transportation Center project will result in no significant impact on the environment, bringing it one step closer to reality.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Dec. 21, 2018
Group after group of Dougherty County and Albany leadership marched into a meeting room in the Central Square Building on Thursday to present their “wish lists of asks” to five members of the Albany area legislative delegation.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Dec. 14, 2018
It’s not difficult to understand the reasoning of Dougherty County commissioners when it came time to press on or leave behind discussion of a transportation special-purpose local-option sales tax.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Dec. 10, 2018
The Downtown Albany office is encouraging the district’s businesses to get into the holiday spirit with a holiday window decorating contest, the first holiday-centered contest to be held downtown.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Dec. 5, 2018
When Ward I Albany City Commissioner Jon Howard, as is his custom, told Mayor Dorothy Hubbard Tuesday he wanted Albany Police Chief Michael Persley and the heads of the city/county drug and gang units to appear at the next commission meeting to report on the latest spate of high-profile violent crime in the community, his colleague, Ward III Commissioner B.J. Fletcher, upped the ante.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Nov. 29, 2018