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New Augusta Fire Chief Sworn In

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Augusta’s new fire chief, Antonio Burden, was sworn in on Tuesday morning at the Municipal Building downtown.

Burden, who was previously a deputy fire chief in Dekalb County took the oath of office shortly after 9:30 a.m. The event was crowded for what Mayor Hardie Davis called “a momentous occa...

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  1. What a joke. The new Fire Chief is nothing more than a Muppet that will be controlled by the Mayor and a few corrupt commissioners. Burden referred to using Data Driven Solutions to run the Fire Department! What a joke that statement is. What Burden really meant to say is… He will be doing what ever the Mayor and a few self-serving commissioners will be telling him to do and when. And when it comes to his referencing “Data Driven Solutions”, Burden will be only working hard for Data Boys from the same group that brought him to Augusta.

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