Athens News Matters for July 7, 2017, with guests Julie Farmer and Mark Madison with the United Way of Northeast Georgia. They discuss the 2-1-1 program, Dolly Parton Imagination Library, and the agency's outreach efforts.
Athens News Matters show for July 7, 2017, with guests Julie Farmer and Mark Madison with the United Way of Northeast Georgia.
On this edition of Athens News Matters, guests Blake Aued and District 3 Commissioner Melissa Link join Alexia Ridley to share their opinions on neighborhood planning in the West Hancock neighborhood, a discrimination complaint filed against an Athens bar, and the District 9 commission race.
On this edition of Athens News Matters, guests Gwen O' Looney and Blake Aued discuss a lawsuit filed by two former Athens Boy Scouts regarding their claims of sexual abuse; Athens leaders gearing up for the mandated 10-year update to the Comprehensive Plan; and the latest developments regarding the Firefly Trail.
On this edition of Athens News Matters guests Blake Aued, Gwen O' Looney, and Jim Thompson discuss the FY '18 budget for Clarke County, changes to the distribution of the Hotel-Motel tax which affect the Classic Center and CVB, and the latest high-rise scheduled for downtown Athens.
On this edition of Athens News Matters, guests Gwen O' Looney, Blake Aued and Commissioner Jerry NeSmith join Alexia Ridley to discuss the latest developments regarding Atlanta Highway and projects proposed for TSPLOST 2018.
On our next show, guests Commissioner Melissa Link, Commissioner Jerry NeSmith, and Gwen O’ Looney hash it out over projects planned for TSPLOST 2018. They also share their differing views on Lesisure Services fees, while agreeing on the merits of AthFest.