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Steven Kendrick town halls primarily about developing south Augusta, not Regency Mall project

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Steven Kendrick, former tax commissioner, Augusta Economic Development Authority chairman and candidate for mayor of Augusta, held a town hall at the Diamond Lakes Community Center on Monday evening and has another one scheduled Wednesday evening at the Henry Brigham Community Center.

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  1. It shows how desperate Kendrick is by grabbing on to this sudden interest in South Augusta!Its all about getting votes folks and making promises that you cannot keep!This guy is so full of it and we can all see what is really going on with these meetings.

    • I certainly hope the voters in Augusta can see through this supposed ‘Deal of the Century’. Kendrick has had waaaay too many missteps and now is trying to cover his bases. If the people of South Augusta fall for this promotion, then South Augusta will continue to be the same.

  2. I thought he had just dusted those pretty photos off and I was right, they are just being manipulated once again and paraded around like they are going to morph into a real deal! And 2000 people in a location is not what you would call a reason to build anything more than a convenience store with a couple of gas pumps. This is one of the reasons it is like many have said, just sitting there. Why would any smart businessman put his money on it knowing the reason it is sitting there is because it has history and it keeps on making history……..it want work.

  3. You might say stop giving him all this press, but this kind of press that keeps on showing his true color will hand over the seat to his opponent! And those guest that showed up was like a dog and pony show…..saddle up! We have heard this so many times and now we need to put it to rest.

  4. I will vote for a business man over a politician any time. Politicians don’t know how to be honest and could care less about taxpayers’ money and how it is spent. Have we not learned anything from the present Mayor and the stunts he and Kendrick have pulled.

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