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Procurement Department opens bids for Augusta lobbying contract



The Augusta procurement department has opened bids from five companies interested in lobbying the city in Atlanta.

The proposals were opened during a Dec. 2 virtual meeting led by Nancy Williams, Procurement Department contract compliance administrator.

Williams identified the five companies...

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  1. There has to be a reality TV show based on the drama and ill-fated actions of the Augusta-Richmond County government. Can official in Augusta’s government actually do any work or make a good decision without the assistance of a committee, meeting with other county officials, or input or direction from a consultant or contractor?

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