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Augusta Commission Has Packed Agenda

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Augusta Commissioners will discuss development projects, consultants and lobbyists at the Tuesday, Nov. 16 meeting.

Commissioners will vote on the execution of the Intergovernmental Service Agreement between the Augusta-Richmond County Coliseum Authority and the city of Augusta. The agreement is...

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  1. Has there ever been an agenda item about finding ways to reduce government spending and expenses? Any business owner worth two pinches of rabbit manure is always looking for better, faster, and cheaper ways to operate his business. Hiring a lobbyist is another expense with no return on the investment. We elected people to represent us, so now we need to pay another person to do that job? Ben Hasan wins the stupidest idea on the agenda award. We should replace him with a paid lobbyist?

  2. The Christmas bows only call more attention to the seedy scene called Augusta. Much smaller cities in our state exhibit scenes of joy: Macon, Madison, Eatonton, Clarksville, Thomson and Washington. So sad and embarrassing. We show our holiday guests scenes in other communities. So sad because so much happened in Augusta but no longer.

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