Applicants could previously receive up to $2,500
Metro | City and County Commission
Development of affordable housing and buildings related to basic needs would still be allowed
The Alachua County Commission could be decreasing its indoor gathering limit to reduce the spread of COVID-19 as soon as Monday.
Residents will vote Aug.18 for a candidate who will have the opportunity to remedy the housing situation
The contest design will fill the plot where Old Joe, a Confederate statue, stood for 113 years
Gail Johnson proposed a pause on the development of high-end apartments on Seminary Lane, an affordable housing complex in a historically Black neighborhood that was demolished in 2009
An online dashboard will use mapping technology so residents can track businesses’ current and previous violations and inspections
Students will be given two UF-themed cloth masks when they return to campus
The commission will reopen for more proposals after a community contest sets theme for submissions
COVID-19 cases in the county quadrupled since the beginning of June
Businesses can receive up to $15,000, individuals up to $2,500
County Commission doubles COVID-19 code enforcers, requires businesses to post mask requirement signsBy Tristan Wood | June 23, 2020
The commission hopes to increase face mask compliance in response to county's recent increase in COVID-19 cases
A commission-appointed council will review GPD functions, explore options
Occupancy limits at restaurants, bars and entertainment venues are still 50 percent
Thursday was the first virtual swearing-in ceremony in the city’s history.
Gainesville Attorney Raemi Eagle-Glenn sent a letter threatening a lawsuit against Alachua County over its face mask ordinance. The order is being considered discriminatory toward people with medical conditions and disabilities.
From necessity to legality, residents shared their opinions about Monday’s order that people wear face masks in public.
The violation will result in a $125 fine. The second will result in a fine ranging from $250 to $500.
While data doesn’t currently show a significant increase, law enforcement anticipates a shift