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Column: Michael Meyers considers what Augusta’s political future looks like



Out of an abundance of caution, we will glide across topics this week and answer questions posed to me over the last few weeks through email and casual conversations.

My columns are usually completed on Monday, and by Wednesday morning, everyone will understand—let’s just say why we will take th...

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  1. For a while, you will see less animosity toward the Mayor’s Office. But the rest of the government departments will continue to operate in their poorly organized and inept ways. The egos of the sitting Commissioners will continue to be grandiose, the racial divide will continue and life will resume. The situation in Augusta did not get to where it is with one election and it is not going to improve with just one. Any change will have to be an evolutionary process and not a revolutionary one. Already, there is a Commissioner wanting to change the name of a bridge like that is really going to have an effect on the situation there. So the majoring on the minor problems and minoring on the major problems will continue.

  2. In the poem, the two roads were actually the same before him, but for the sake of his retelling of his own story, thought to say he took the one with less wear. But both were the same that morning.

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