In a special called meeting Tuesday night, the ACC commission approved an eviction prevention program and discussed county redistricting. The body also set the voting agenda for their Nov. 2 meeting.
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In a special called session, the Athens-Clarke County Commission unanimously approved an additional $100,000 in funding for vaccine incentives.
The Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission discussed adjusted plans for construction on Clayton Street that would provide more pedestrian sidewalk space, a new river access point and eliminating hostile architecture downtown.
The Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission were presented with a COVID-19 response update that included data about infections and vaccinations during their work session Tuesday night.
On Feb. 16, the Athens mayor and commission will vote on a resolution about Linnentown presented by the Athens Justice and Memory Project.
The Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission discussed a housing project and approved an addition to a drive-thru liquor store at its Tuesday meeting.
The Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission discussed the possibility of shortening a proposed contract extension with Axon, the Arizona-based technology company that supplies the ACC Police Department with Tasers and body cameras, in an agenda setting session Tuesday.
The Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission approved an allocation of grant funding to four local organizations, and a $250,000 settlement to resolve a lawsuit against the county by a man who was shot by an Athens-County Clarke Police Department officer in 2019.
The Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission unanimously approved over $639,000 in funding from both the federal government and the county to three local organizations that have helped residents through the pandemic in a special called session Tuesday night.
Athens-Clarke County District 8 Commissioner Andy Herod served on his last mayor and commission voting meeting Tuesday evening.