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Downtown Development Authority director says Augusta is bouncing back from pandemic

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The Downtown Development Authority unveiled a new logo and gave a presentation to the Augusta Commission touting recent success in opening new business and enlarging current businesses in the downtown area as the pandemic begins to wane.

According to the organization's director, Margaret Woodard...

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  1. PAID PARKING METERS …… just think how much more business we could have attracted downtown if we had paid parking meters downtown in place —a plan which she had recommended so many, many times in the past !! By the way, that was sarcasm, but I really was surprised when she didn’t use this opportunity to show again what a great idea that would be.

  2. COUPLE YEARS AGO (at Ags Museum Brown Bag) the same DOWNTOWN DEV AUTHORITY PERSON MENTIONED things that were taking place that never materialized….Woolworths was leased and undergoing improvements….a major development at the city owned property at 5th and Reynolds that would change that end of Broad….I am tired of wasting my time listing to ideas that never happen.

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