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Planning Commission to address proposed Regency Mall site development

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The Regency Mall Redevelopment project is going before the Richmond County Planning Commission on Monday.

On May 31, former Augusta tax commissioner mayoral candidate Steven Kendrick announced in a press conference that Mattituck, N.Y.-based Cardinale Management Group, which owns the Regency Mal...

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  1. Any politician or board member who supports this tainted Davis-Kendrick-Cardinale deal does not have his constituents’ and the community’s best interests in mind. None of the project’s sponsors and principals respect our laws and us. Behind the scenes money is changing hands and promises are being made. This deal is like partnering with a car thief to start up a used car lot.

  2. If I were an Augusta tax payer I would contact my
    Commissioner and tell them not one single tax dollar!!! Cardinale can spend their own money!! This will be a taxpayer bond funded debacle before it’s over with. When politicians are advocating for out of town property owners that have let their dilapidated property sit idle for 20 years? There in it for their own gain…

      • No tax payers money should be used on any project at the old mall site. Look at the people always trying to develop this property. Then look at the individuals that bought and own land around the mall site. One served with Hardie Davis in Atlanta and the other is a appointed member of the James Brown Arena that bought land on the Gordon Highway side of the old mall just before going on a campaign with Hardie Davis trying to get support from the public using tax payers money to promote their get rich plan.

  3. Great job at uncovering all of the intertwining going on, with this rotting fish, smelly “proposal”. ALL sitting Commissioners should steer clear of this. This should be a completely PRIVATE venture, unless ARC wants to provide “free re-connects” of previously provided water and sewer, as a show of good faith. The picture provided shows a pitiful excuse for a structure.

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