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Local Media Seek Injunction to Obtain Fire Chief Hiring Documents

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Three local media groups are seeking an injunction in Richmond County Superior Court to compel Augusta Richmond County to comply with the Georgia open records law by releasing documents related to the four fire chief finalists interviewed ear...

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  1. Here we go again. How many lawsuits have been filed and paid out by the Augusta Commissioners in the past years due to gross mismanagement of our tax dollars? The Mayor and a few commissioners think they are above the law. They operate in the shadows and push personal agendas. Others are afraid to publicly expose what is taking place in our government. Until Augusta elects six commissioners with morals and higher standards nothing will change.

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