Albany City Commission approves sewage improvements, alcohol licenses

Ward II Albany City Commissioner Matt Fuller, left, shares a laugh with City Manager Sharon Subadan at Tuesday's commission meeting.

ALBANY – The Albany City Commission on Tuesday approved nearly $800,000 for sewage system repairs.

The $759,364 contract with POPCO of Sylvester will rehabilitate two sewage lift stations.

In other business, commissioners:

♦ Approved the creation of a 2020 U.S. Census complete count committee to ensure a more accurate count of the city and county’s population;

♦ Approved an alcohol license for liquor, beer and wine consumption for Zamudio’s Restaurant of Albany at 2610 Gillionville Road;

♦ Approved an alcohol license transfer of ownership for package sales for Lighthouse Liquor at 2810 Old Dawson Road;

♦ Requested that the Albany-Dougherty Planning Commission review and make recommendations concerning the city’s Old Northside District overlay;

♦ Approved the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport disadvantaged business enterprise program through 2023.

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