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Editorial: City needs to get on with the search for a new administrator



Augustans have waited a year for a new city administrator. It's time they have one.

Lots of backroom jockeying took place late in 2022 on who was to replace interim City Administrator Takiyah Douse. Douse replaced Odie Donald II after a short tenure during which the city's spending swelled to un...

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  1. Any worthy candidate with valid qualifications, verifiable resume, an some pride in accompliahments can read ARC policies, procedures, and new articles and see what an untenable, frustrating, and impotent position it is. Those commissioners will not give up their power, so send Ms. Douse back to her old position, eliminate the administrator position, and save over $100K a year in salary and benefits.

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