Infrastructure and Public Safety projects moving ahead

This Issues and Updates memo represents my efforts to avoid inundating City Council members with individual memos. Several significant or potentially critical issues are presented here. Please feel free to let me know if you have any further questions or concerns about any of the items I have included in this most recent edition.

Summer stays busy for the City of Aiken

This Issues and Updates memo represents my efforts to avoid inundating City Council members with individual memos. Several significant or potentially critical issues are presented here. Please feel free to let me know if you have any further questions or concerns about any of the items I have included in this most recent edition.

City budget focuses on Public Safety, infrastructure with no millage increase

Aiken City Council will meet Monday June 12, to consider a FY 2018 budget that bolsters the City’s efforts to protect the health, lives, property and safety of Aiken citizens through large investments in law enforcement and infrastructure. Despite the emphasis on these priorities, spending in the operations portion of the budget remains flat and the budget requires no property tax millage increase.

City Issues & Updates for June 8, 2017

Issues and Updates is a brief summary of the activities of and new items from each of the City’s departments. These reports are submitted by the various department heads prior to each City Council meeting for inclusion in the agenda packet for the purpose of informing both the Council and the public.