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Projecting public safety needs as North Augusta grows



Leaders in North Augusta have started reviewing how the city is growing, where and the impact it will have on police and fire protection.

Public Safety Chief John Thomas brought updated information and recommendations to council members during the May 9 study session.

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  1. I wish they would go back to pulling people over again. Tired of getting tailgated on the 13th street bridge and Martintown Road. Used to see both patrolled daily. Rarely see anyone pulled over anymore..

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