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Cooper announces 2021 Turkey of the Year awards



Just in time for Thanksgiving, we learn some of that big old bowl of stimulus gravy from Washington is going to steam into Augusta on that proverbial train to pay for improvements to the city’s aging infrastructure and transit.

There’s even talk about using $6 million of the expected $25 million...

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  1. The real turkeys in Augusta are the taxpayers that get roasted year after year by politicians that refuse to shine the light on the fiduciary failings only the city..time for a fiscal audit..let’s see where ALL the money is going..

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