The Plains City Council Adopted the 2020-2021 Budget at City Council Meeting/Public Hearing Meeting, Thursday June 18, 2020
Americus Mayor and City Council held their regular meeting on Thursday, 6.18.20 at 6pm.
City commissioners approved a COVID-19 emergency micro loan program Wednesday as a way to help businesses struggling to recover from the pandemic.
Parts of the budget the city knows will be hit hard include sales tax and hotel-motel tax. But as the crisis is ongoing, there is a lot left to be determined.
City employees will be required to wear masks and citizens are also strongly encouraged to wear masks when visiting the buildings. There will be social distancing markings on the floors, plexiglass screens at counters and enhanced sanitizing, according to Deputy City Manager Lisa Goodwin.
Mayor Skip Henderson said in a video announcement Wednesday that he will ask Columbus Council to postpone a vote on a new sales tax that was scheduled for this fall.
The city of Plains and the staff at the Lillian Carter Nursing Center decided to do something special for the residents of the nursing home.
Signs urging people to stay safe while on or near the Chattahoochee River are now on the Riverwalk. They're a product of Columbus Mayor Skip Henderson’s river safety task force. Signs will also be added on the Alabama side of the river.
Columbus Mayor Skip Henderson announced Thursday that some Columbus Consolidated Government-owned facilities will continue to remain restricted.
When a contagious disease spreads through the air, paramedics working in the tight space of an ambulance know that intubation can pose a deadly risk.