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Column: Local lawyer is common thread across many Augusta controversies



Since Jan. 2017, over $3 million in Richmond County taxpayer funds have gone to local attorney Randy Frails or an entity with which he is connected. That seems to be, in part, because whenever a public controversy arises in Augusta, be it over an individual or a public issue, Frails gets pulled int...

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  1. I doubt anyone would be surprised if they knew all the backdoor shenanigans going on in Augusta government. I had a friend that was going to do some contracting work with the city and decided not to because of how many people wanted a slice of the pie added to his bill…

  2. It sounds like Frails is capitalizing on his “buddies” to refer business to him all at the taxpayers expense.And its no surprise of his connections to the names listed in this article including Wayne Brown.A lot of politics going on here.

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