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Hearing Scheduled in Augusta Open Records Case



Superior Court Judge Jesse Stone will hear the open records case four Augusta news organizations have filed against the city in regard to documents related to the city’s search for a new fire chief.

Stone has set the hearing for Monday, May 3 at 2 p.m.

The four press representatives who are s...

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  1. It would be easy for commissioner to vote on finalist in public and solve this matter. A little sunshine in matters like this never hurts. If you got the votes then vote in public, it is so much easier that way.

  2. On the day this guy reports to work for the City of Augusta (and he will), it would be a good idea to go ahead and give him a years salary and a huge severance check just to get it out of the way. Then they don’t have to do it 3 years from now when he resigns for a better position elsewhere.

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