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City Of Augusta Has Budget Surplus And Pandemic-Stricken Businesses Get A Break

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The city of Augusta closed the financial books on the 2020 budget showing a near $4 million surplus for the General Budget, making it the second year in a row that the city's bottom line was filled in with black ink instead of red.

At a time when many cities are facing severe financial shortfall...

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