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Small business focus of new partnership

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Augusta Technical College and the Downtown Development Authority of Augusta are teaming up build a facility for small business owners.

The DDA announced on Friday, Sept. 9 that it has received more than $2 million in congressionally directed spending via the advocacy of U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock...

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  1. This sounds like another government program that is a solution in search of a problem. With a total of 80 new small businesses opening up in the downtown area in the past 20 months and 250 total small businesses in existence downtown, why is a downtown small business incubator needed? What happened to the one formerly on the Augusta Tech campus? What does Covid-19 have to do with any of this?

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