Joe Edge, Publisher
Joe Edge is a lifelong Augusta GA native. He graduated from Evans high school in 2000 and served four years in the United States Marine Corps right out of High School. Joe has been married for 18 years and has five children.
Steven Kendrick’s campaign misstep of announcing the Regency Mall development came a high price. Stacey Abram’s campaign recently made a Regency Mall size mistake that is making me wonder if Kendrick’s campaign manager is advising her.
Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. is headed to Atlanta to teach public policy classes at Georgia Tech. Really.
Several tax credit apartment developments have been proposed in Columbia County in recent years but were unable to move forward either due to site-related issues or zoning restrictions. Richmond County, however, has new low-income apartments being built and more could be on the way.
Column: Joe Edge pinch hits for Sylvia Cooper to bring the ugly truth about the storm water and the mayor
In Sylvia Cooper's absence this week, Joe Edge talks storm water and the mayor.
Column: With eight-figure real estate transactions trending down, one sells locally for $17.4 million
According to this real estate column, apartment sales of more than $10 million are trending downward, but one sold last week for $17.4.
The weak mayor structure in Augusta-Richmond County was probably not have been created with Deuteronomy 17 in mind, but the structure has protected the community for over two decades from overzealous mayors who would seek to use the office for personal gain rather than service of others.
Joe Edge explains the concept of real estate wholesaling and why the practice should be outlawed in Georgia.
Steven Kendrick has maintained the Augusta Economic Development Authority is not part of the Regency Mall redevelopment project, but a November 2021 letter seems to contradict that.
The Augusta Press Publisher Joe Edge lays out three possible scenarios in light of Steven Kendrick's recent announcement of a development at Regency Mall.