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Other Georgia Cities Regulate Credit Card Spending

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While Augusta does not have a credit card policy, it does have a policy for P-Cards, or procurement cards that are a type of credit card issued that is used to make purchases for city offices and departments.

Richmond County’s committee meetings on June 8 included a review of the cities purchase...

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I’m not surprised in what’s taking place in our local government. When Augusta voters place self-serving and corrupt individuals in power our tax dollars will be purposely mishandled and stolen. The only upside to what’s taking place in Augusta’s local government at this time is that it’s apparent a few department heads and others are telling on each other.
    This reminds me of rats jumping for a sinking ship hollering, “We’re caught!!!!”

  2. Time for audits of ALL credit card users in Augusta, clerk of the commission, marshal, sheriff, airport, district attorney and mayor. No excuse. The commissioners are stewards for Taxpayer’s, time to do your job. No need for Odie to write a policy, adopt a hardline policy like Dunwoody, that will put a stop to the Taxpayer’s being billed by those that govern. All money misappropriated should be reimbursed ASAP, or the the perpetrator prosecuted under the law.
    It’s stealing plain and simple.

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