Athens and the rest of the state will feel an energy price shock in the next few years, and Athens may feel it more acutely than many places.
The western portion of downtown Athens won’t become a new historic district, at least not for a while.
An Athens-Clarke Commission committee has called off for now its work on a possible new ordinance and pilot program to allow rentable dockless scooters in Athens.
The Athens-Clarke County Commission might soon raise the minimum price of an alcohol drink to $2, a price increase that would apply to bars and restaurants countywide, not just in downtown as first envisioned.
A new downtown historic district proposal under development could include places important in Athens history — the building that houses the 40 Watt Club and the Hot Corner African American businesses at the intersection of Hull and Washington streets.
A proposed roundabout for the busy intersection of Hancock Avenue and Broad Street would make the intersection safer and improve traffic flow, according to an Athens-Clarke County plan for the intersection and nearby streets.
Athens-Clarke County’s recycling and waste reduction operations cost about $1.2 million to run last year, but yielded just $211,070 in revenues.
The Athens-Clarke County Commission is headed back to the drawing board as it struggles to settle on how to spend $4 million to combat poverty in Athens.
The Athens-Clarke Commission approved on Tuesday night preliminary plans for a bridge replacing the famous R.E.M. rail trestle in Dudley Park.
Clarke County voters approved continuing Athens-Clarke County’s 1 percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax by a nearly 4-1 margin in voting Tuesday.