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Water tower rezoning, new shopping center narrative headed to planning commission



(Correction note: a previous version of this article included a mistake in which a property, owned by the City of Grovetown and the subject of a rezoning request, was referred to as being approximately 7,500 acres. This figure was incorrect, as the property is approximately 7.5 acres. The error has...

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  1. Sure I love reading about decisions to move the water tower but isn’t our mayor getting divorced and under investigation? What about that? And the Sias thingy? He’s still getting a salary? Let’s start covering the real
    News- you know, what people actually want to read? We can do without the small stuff

    • Those things aren’t mutually exclusive. The Augusta Press consistently covers ALL local news, including the routine activities of government bodies. I WANT to read that very real news, along with the other stuff you’ve referenced that they have covered more than any other media in the area

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