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Column: The new year begins with Richmond County school board politics



(Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this column are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The Augusta Press.) 

It seems as if I haven’t seen you since last year, and that Ms. Sylvia and I had the same idea of taking a week off. However, Mr. Publisher (Joe Edge)...

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  1. Augusta can only go up after they wash the stench of Hardie away..even Georgia Tech is distancing themselves away from Mr Morality and transparency. Maybe he could get a position as a marriage counselor in his church..

  2. The fact that you may have missed the notice of the Saturday meeting of the School Board does not mean that we “snuck a meeting in on the community”. Your colleague Susan McCord was aware and wrote a very informative article on same.
    During the meeting we were given chapter and verse on the law and process for replacing an elected trustee that had not yet taken office. We will follow that procedure.
    On the other hand to hint that some sort of deals were necessary to elect a new president unanimously, without any specifics seems unprofessional at best.

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