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Tiny homes and infrastructure on Augusta Commission agenda

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The Augusta Commission will be meeting Thursday, June 30, instead of the regular Tuesday meeting due to most commissioners and the mayor being out of town for the Georgia Municipal Association’s annual conference in Savannah.

When the commission does meet on Thursday, the biggest topics will be ...

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  1. As a condition of maintaining a business license, I would require every business have a storefront camera that monitors 180 degrees. It is a one time expense that is not unbearable, and there would be 100% coverage up and down Broad St. Would be criminals would think twice, and those that didn’t would be recorded. That is a win for the businesses with the increased security and reduced crime.

    • Also make sure they are maintained and have monitors that are clear in what they capture. So many times bank camera footage is not reliable or very fuzzy. Maybe they have changed since I use to see them played in court or lack of because they were broke.

  2. Included in the proposal should be storage for the cameras at intersections. As of today, we have many cameras at intersections with no data backup. Why spend the money on cameras at intersections with no backup in case of a fatal collision. I know the cameras are used for Traffic control when the Masters takes place but intergrate these cameras into the proposed system for downtown also. A much-needed upgrade.

  3. “Experts. with TK Elevators recommend that it is time to replace and modernize the aging elevator system .”
    Five Hundred Fifty Thousand ($550,000.00) Dollars
    Is it possible that it hopes to submit the winning bid ?
    It seems like only yesterday that taxpayers spend Forty Million ($40,000,000.00) Dollars to “renovate” the City-County Building .
    Weren’t brand new elevators a part of that renovation ?

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