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Augusta Commission Approves New Open Records Request Policy



Members of the Augusta Commission have approved a revised policy for submitting requests for information under Georgia’s Open Records law.

A copy of the new policy is available here.

The policy begins by defining its purpose: Establishment of a legal and systematic response and completion of ...

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  1. Doesn’t the mayor have 2 staff members? I thought the purpose of consolidation back in 95 was to make government smaller not bigger..Davis is a joke and underhanded to the max..preacher my ass

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