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Commissioners hear from fire chief and approve mental health day for employees

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Augusta Commissioners met on Nov. 30 and went through a flurry of business at the second to last meeting of the year.

Augusta Fire Chief Antonio Burden gave a brief presentation on his departmental policy overhaul, including forcible entry policy changes. Firefighters and EMTs can now force their way inside a private residence if they have a reasonable belief that someone inside a locked build...

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4 COMMENTS

  1. So you don’t have enough money to run the parks and recreation department but you have enough money to have fun days? Augusta is a joke when it comes to fiscal responsibility..btw..Davis found his receipts yet? Or is that just gonna be swept under the rug too?

  2. WHAT DOES CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE MEAN ? “This training is geared to improving the department’s emotional intelligence as well as cultural intelligence.” ….. Also let’s have an Augusta taxpayer FUN DAY.

  3. “District 7 Commissioner Sean Frantom playfully suggested the commission get involved in the employee fun day and provide a dunking booth.”” His profound utterance filled me with enlightenment and increased my cultural intelligence.

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