Police say they now know who has been making 'Purge' posters, and will be confronting them soon.
City commissioners are discussing how to fund the future multimodal facility.
Commissioners have already held a public hearing to get input from residents. Four proposed sites are on the table. The cost ranges from $8.9 million to $11.2 million.
This comes after the company that manages a housing complex in South Albany asked city commissioners to cut their debt by 50%.
Officials with the Cutliff Grove Family Resource Center, which manages Nativity Village, says they can't afford necessary renovations and the reserves have been used up.
They currently owe $1.4 million and want to have that cut to $716,000. Commissioner Bob Langstaff said he wants to see other alternatives.
Mayor Dorothy Hubbard asked staff to do more research.
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