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Regency Mall redevelopment project moves forward after vote from Planning Commission



The Augusta Planning Commission voted in its monthly meeting Monday afternoon to approve a rezoning request to accommodate the proposed Regency Mall redevelopment project.

Cranston Engineering applied in May to rezone four tracts of land comprising what was once the site of Regency Mall, totalin...

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    • I agree.
      Kissingbower road is already a race track. Don’t know why are speed limit signs posted on Gordon Highway, no one pays any attention to them. How many people are they going to try to pack into this area?

  1. The question I have, that has never been answered is — WHO is paying for all of this preliminary work and presentations ? As I said in a previous article, ALL Commissioners should steer clear of offering ANY ARC dollars, EXCEPT for the possible “re-connects” of previously provided water and sewer. Those should be an offering of good faith. No tax dollars, and no Bond dollars. Lastly, why again, no Cardinale representative at the meeting ?

    • Mr. Jones, the taxpayer will eventually pick up the tab. More “fees” and higher home evaluations on the way. Guess we need to get the Commissioners a fiddle they can play while Augusta burns.

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