After more than four months of meeting virtually, local governments are still trying to adapt to the reality of the coronavirus while keeping the public involved in the process.
Pants will stay up in Albany after a move to rescind a 2010 city ordinance banning “sagging pants” was overwhelmingly voted down on Tuesday.
Owning a dog deemed a potential threat to people or other animals could get more expensive in the future in Albany.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Park and Walking Track, located at 2235 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, is receiving maintenance improvements that the community has anticipated.
Sometimes success proves to be a double-edged sword. That seems to be the case when it comes to dealing with dangerous dogs in the city of Albany.
Referencing a recent concert that drew possibly thousands and block parties held where hundreds attended, officials here warned that “irresponsible decisions” may be behind a recent sharp increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations.
A new method of reporting power outages in Albany is a piece of the larger digital metering system scheduled to be completed by the end of 2021.
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.