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Editorial: Where is Augusta’s fire chief?



First, we all had to play the game of “Where’s Waldo?” with former Mayor Hardie Davis Jr.. Now, the game has shifted to trying to locate Augusta Fire Chief Antonio Burden.

Unlike Davis, who spent his last years in office racking up frequent flier miles, Burden appears to be hiding somewhere in a...

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  1. “Under Burden’s administration, the PIO isn’t allowed to release information.” I’d say the position needs to be abolished. The joke is on the taxpayers of ARC for paying that person’s salary.

  2. Just like the article says..as long as he has those 6 sorry commissioners he has nothing to worry about..those same 6 are why Augusta is paying way more for ambulance service than they have to…follow the money..someone is getting paid…

  3. You have to remember, he was not even qualified to be a contender by the rules of the company hired to recrute our fire chief. It was only by the demands of a couple commissioners that he was hired.

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