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Eroding canal bank poses threat to school building



The Augusta Commission and Richmond County School Board officials will have to decide what to do about an eroding bank on the Augusta Canal beside John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School to avert a potential catastrophe.

The bank on the second level of the canal is undermining the Davidson buil...

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  1. Every employee of the City of Augusta continues to “PASS THE BUCK” and do nothing to maintain anything properly, not the Parks, not the Canel, not the water and sewer, not the Air Ports, NOTHING! The Augusta Commission has shown them that they too can get raises and bonuses for doing an inept job. I am practically crying over the TOTAL FALL FROM (GARDEN CITY OF THE SOUTH) OF AUGUSTA!

  2. The school system pays the storm water tax based on the square footage of solid surfaces, think huge buildings and parking lots. And the city engineer thinks that it will be OK for the Board of Education to pay to repair the city’s canal that is part of the storm water system.
    It would difficult to make this stuff up.

  3. There may be money left in King Hardie’s MBK account to pay for the canal repair, if he hasn’t earmarked the remaining funds for his personal use (e.g., Coca Cola, haircuts, glamour shots, pole dancers, and lunch on the taxpayers dime.)

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