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Augusta Firefighters Union Does Not Support Finalist Candidate For Fire Chief

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Several Augusta firefighters attended the Augusta Commission on Tuesday to petition the body to reject the current finalist for fire chief, DeKalb County Deputy Fire Chief Antonio Burden, and to start the recruitment process over.

Daniel Steele, vice president of the Augusta Professional Firefig...

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Business as usual for some commissioners. They do believe in the “mushroom” theory: keep us in the dark and feed us BS. I also question Odie Donald’s motives for insisting this guy be put on the short list. And why are the Mayor and certain commissioners so eager to follow his recommendation? If they’re going to do that then why did we spend thousands of tax payer dollars on a search firm?

  2. Why was he put on the short list despite the recommendations by the search commission. What skills, knowledge and talents does he bring. What and who were the factors involved. Justifications please.

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