The Americus mayor and city council are scheduled to adopt the 2019 budget during the regular monthly meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday. The last of three public hearings on the proposed budget will be held prior to the vote.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder | Posted: Dec. 20, 2018
When someone asks me the question, “What do you do?” I usually reply, “I make maps.” That is usually followed by asking if I use Google Maps.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder | Posted: Nov. 16, 2018
The called meeting of the Americus Mayor and Council scheduled for Monday, has been cancelled.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder | Posted: Oct. 1, 2018
The Americus City Council voted unanimously to raise the tax millage from 10.32 to 10.92 at its Thursday regular monthly meeting.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder | Posted: Sep. 25, 2018
The One Sumter Economic Development Foundation recently donated a new drug dog, its training and the specially outfitted vehicle for the K-9 officer/handler to the Americus Police Department (APD) which had been without such assets for several years.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder | Posted: Sep. 10, 2018
For over 27 years, two communities continue to enjoy an exchange of educational and cultural experiences between Americus and its sister city in Japan, Miyoshi City.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder | Posted: Sep. 5, 2018
The Americus Police Department held a press conference Friday morning at the Rees Park Economic Development Center to announce the addition of a new K-9 team, consisting of officer Chris Gaddy and his 2-year-old German shepard partner, Vonn, both of whom recently graduated from the Alabama Canine Law Enforcement Officer’s Training Center.
Source: Albany Herald | Posted: Aug. 27, 2018
Gigabit enabled broadband service is coming to the business community of Americus, representing a $2 million capital investment in infrastructure to support economic development and business growth.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder | Posted: Aug. 9, 2018
Dwight Harris, who runs the Dwight Harris Boys Club and the Dwight Harris Boys Club Basketball Summer League, was honored Wednesday night, July 18, by the Americus City Council with the “Keys to the City” for his years of service providing summer basketball for kids in the community.
Source: Americus Times-Recorder | Posted: Jul. 20, 2018