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Former mayor honored with bridge dedication

September 23, 2020

Waynesboro True Citizen

The bridge over Brier Creek in Keysville has been dedicated in honor of the city’s former Mayor Maggie B. Cartwright. Saturday, a group of civic and political leaders, led by State Representative Gloria Frazier, gathered to honor Mrs. Cartwright for her dedication to the people of Keysville during her 2013-2016 term as mayor.

City orders garbage truck to avoid ‘a world of trouble’

September 22, 2020

Washington News-Reporter

Even though there were some reservations about spending money, the Washington City Council voted to go ahead and order a new trash truck to replace the aging truck which serves to collect and transport residential trash throughout the city.

Augusta mayor details last-minute census push

September 17, 2020

Augusta Chronicle

Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis said robocalls went out Wednesday, enumerators are en route to homes and a media campaign is kicking into high gear to urge all households to respond to the 2020 census by the Sept. 30 deadline.

Thomson nearing ordinance to curtail ATVs

September 16, 2020

McDuffie Progress

Thomson is nearing the adoption of a new ordinance which would set standards for driving golf carts on local streets. The ordinance will also be the basis for police to begin work to get ATVs off the streets of the city.

Officers on (ice cream) Patrol

September 16, 2020

Waynesboro True Citizen

The Waynesboro Police Department was busy Tuesday afternoon, surprising motorists traveling through a road check on Lover’s Lane with a sweet treat. WPD Officer Gary Jenkins said they wanted to say thank you to drivers who were in compliance with the law, and ice cream seemed like the way to go. “

City of Thomson hires new city administrator

September 15, 2020

McDuffie Progress

The Thomson City Council last week in it’s regular meeting, Thursday evening, unanimously approved Donald Toms as the new city administrator.

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