The Finance and Personnel Committee discussed adding a fifth parking enforcement officer.
The Arts, Parks and Recreation Department is now reevaluating the original plans to find options that would decrease the price estimate.
Despite snow and temperatures in the 30s, students ventured out early, with most parties advertising a start time of 10 a.m.
The Athens City-County Health Department reported two new COVID-19 related deaths Thursday.
Deputies did not hear any gunshots.
One of the ordinances was passed after lengthy debate between Council members.
The ordinance passed in late February and will expand racial definitions within city code to cultural hairstyles.
Council met in committees Monday evening to discuss waste rates, personnel changes and appropriations.
The ordinance was referred back to the City and Safety Services Committee.
Four new deaths were reported Monday.
Students discussed discrimination on campus and fears about COVID-19.
Gas prices may hit Athens a little harder than metropolitan areas like Columbus.
“There's not a quick answer to this. We can't wish it away, and despite the efforts both of Republicans and Democrats to make this into a partisan issue, it's not. It's a Russian issue,” Steven Miner, a history professor specializing in Russian studies, said.
Following previous years’ COVID-19 limitations, students made the most of Athens’ Green Beer Day traditions.
Cooperative housing endeavors, like the Firehouse Co-op, have the potential to alleviate the financial burden of high rent for some Athens residents.