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Editorial: Augusta Commission Finally Buckling Under The Weight Of Scandals

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The Augusta Administrative Services Committee will discuss a motion on Tuesday May 25 to restart the fire chief search. Hopefully the hiring process will be conducted in an open and transparent manner. This action if taken by the commission is the only path forward to healing the trust that has bee...

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Couldn’t have said it better . Totally agree with this article . It’s about time some Commissioners stood up to the bullies and found their voice and legs . Their are many of us watching closely and will not support anyone sitting by quietly letting a handful of politicians continually waisting taxpayers money for personal gain.Thank you John Clarke and Catherine McKnight for being the voice for many concerned citizens .

  2. You will know all that you need to know about those commissioners who vote against this action. But, in reality, you already know about them. If you support their inaction then you are the problem that keros getting these commissioners reekected.

  3. Need to clip the wings of the Administrator, remind him he’s not a manager or in charge. If they agree to start the search over, and I hope they will, Donald should reimburse the taxpayers for the money spent on the search firm.

  4. Today’s media is reporting that the fire chief search will NOT be restarting. The commission
    (Sean not present?) voted to work with the one and only candidate that Odie states he did NOT add to the list. Who’s telling the truth?
    14000.00 + in expenditures for the candidate that will be offered the job and is the one who did NOT make the cut. Unbelievable!

  5. Today’s news says you are wrong, they will not buckle, but they will spit in the face of all Metro Augusta Citizens and their fair honest concerns. Something very bad stinks with this whole mess.

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