Council President Chris Knisely said Athens will do everything it can to aid its residents and federal workers in preparation for the next shutdown.
Edwards won the election with a unanimous 98-0 vote on Feb. 6.
The bill would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can be as early as six weeks into the pregnancy — before many women know they’re pregnant.
The resolutions would allow Judicial Panel and non-voting members to be eligible for Emeriti Status.
Swing State of Mind: Sherrod Brown's potential presidential run and our takeaways from the State of the UnionBy Maddie Capron and George Shillcock | Feb. 7, 2019
George and Maddie discuss the State of the Union address, Sherrod Brown and more.
Student Senate: Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion Gigi Secuban discusses plans for LGBT CenterBy Colt Austen | Feb. 6, 2019
Student Senate passed eight resolutions at the meeting.
GSS members also appointed three new members.
A BDT architect shared floor plans for a new EMS station.
The student body as a whole would have the final say in Student Senate amendments instead of the Board of Trustees.
Members will also vote on nine resolutions at the meeting.
The recent shutdown impacted local businesses, SNAP recipients and housing.
Members will vote on three resolutions at the meeting.
Council hopes better establish its autonomy and prevent government shutdowns.
Members will vote on the resolution to clarify the recusal processes of the college Professional Ethics Committees.
The Athens County commissioners will interview people for new director of Emergency Management Association.
Members will also vote on three resolutions at the meeting.
A resolution on Home Rules, which allows cities the right to govern themselves, was also introduced.
Complete Streets is a policy that encourages support for non-motorized vehicles.
Student Trustees discussed the Student Senate’s proposed amendment, which was approved by the Board of Trustees.