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Augusta Commission Set To Vote On Credit Card Policy

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At least two Augusta commissioners say that the credit card spending policy City Administrator Odie Donald unveiled at this week's commission meeting is too little, too late.

“This is, in my opinion, a day late and a dollar short. Why wasn’t this done years ago?” District 3 Commissioner Catherin...

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  1. Am I missing something, shouldn’t the finance department director already be responsible for all the duties they want to now give her? A forensic audit is needed, not only to verify the use of taxpayer money but to ensure that those responsible for the overseeing of those funds are being held accountable as well. No receipt no payment.

  2. Two words – Foresic Audit. As for the Pcard vs credit card – receipts should be expected for both and if unable to produce, it’s on the purchaser. The commission is giving Hardy a pass on exorbitant spending, really didn’t expect less. Shame on all but Smith, Garret and Clarke.

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