Alena is co-writer for the Featured Blog Section: Critical International Media Perspectives. She studies Political Science and Global Studies:War and Peace with a Certificate in Islamic Studies. She is learning Arabic and has a focus on comparative politics of the Middle East. She is the Programming Director for the International Student Union and an Executive of the Comparative Religions Club at Ohio University.
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City Council voted unanimously Monday to approve controversial funding for the Baileys Trail System, located in Athens County, after several months of debate and changes to the bill’s language.
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Members of Athens City Council met with leaders of the Baileys Trail System project Wednesday at Chauncey-Dover Community Park, where the system’s Chauncey trailhead is located, to hike a newly constructed portion of the trail.
Ohio University Vice President Provost Chaden Djalali addressed Student Senate about the importance of transparency from the administration amid a university-wide budget crisis and its efforts to modernize the university’s academic infrastructure.
Parking enforcement saw a general decline in citations issued in 2018, according to the 2018 annual Athens Police Department report, but still issued over 10,000 tickets for expired meters citations.
The Baileys Trail System — 88 miles of mountain bike-optimized trail — is estimated to cost between $11 million and $12 million.