Cory Blackmon | Community Reporter
The earliest start date for the moratorium is Feb. 27, 2020. That date is only possible if everything proceeds according to plan, City Manager Jim Buston said.
Organized by the Auburn Downtown Merchants Association, over 70 different organizations, local businesses and community groups participated in the parade.
Mayor Ron Anders proposed Tuesday that the Council ask City Manager Jim Buston and other City staff to write up a new ordinance that would put a temporary halt to the building and development of all student-housing projects to give the City time to determine how to move forward.
Ibrahim Yazeed, charged with the murder of Aniah Blanchard, said Blanchard fought back against him, according to a recently-filed arrest affidavit.
Ibraheem Yazeed will be charged with capital murder in the death of Aniah Blanchard Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes announced Monday.
“There’s many different fabrics, colors and patterns scrunchies come in, which makes it easy to wear at all occasions,” Brewer said “I definitely think scrunchies are on the comeback because they have the vintage look mixed with modern styles and patterns.”
Design services for the Jan Dempsey Art Center renovation project and the Martin Luther King Drive streetscape project were approved during Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.
The Auburn City Council postponed a vote to Dec. 3, on a resolution for conditional use approval to construct a private dormitory on Armstrong Street.
While officiating the ceremony, Anders said he wanted to continue the tradition of recognizing and thanking veterans who have served the country and who live in the community.
“They’re so grateful to see everybody out and supporting Aniah and the family,” family spokesperson Haley Tembarge said. “Just to know that people are still aware of the story and looking for her means the world to them.”