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Wadley sets millage rate, looking for administrator

September 12, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

Wadley City Council had a busy night Monday as they set the city’s millage rate, approved hiring a city administrator, discussed neglected property and recognized the family of a fallen officer.

Veteran cemetery, paid downtown Augusta parking move forward

September 11, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

Home to more than 68,000 veterans regionally and 21,859 in Augusta alone, Richmond County could also become the eternal resting place for many of them.

Augusta veteran cemetery, parking plan up for discussion

September 10, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

Augusta becoming home to Georgia’s third state-run veterans cemetery, the time-frame of a downtown parking management proposal and how best to address blighted Regency Mall are all up for discussion by Augusta Commission committees Tuesday.

Tourism officials negotiating tax-collection agreement with Airbnb

September 9, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

Call it a tale of two tourists. One books three nights at an Augusta hotel; the other rents a local home advertised online through Airbnb.

City ink: Gateway sculptures inspire call to go back to drawing board

September 6, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

Two finalists in the Greater Augusta Arts Council gateway sculpture competition were unveiled to the public which was invited to comment, and the public responded by saying, “Put the veils back on.”

System to improve alarm response times launched at Augusta 911 Center

September 6, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

The Monitoring Association estimates the program speeds up police, fire and medical alarm incident response times by 2 to 5 minutes.

Augusta area law enforcement agencies to buy high-tech equipment with DOJ grant money

September 6, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

Sheriff Richard Roundtree said the $35,790 grant for his department will be used to buy GPS tracking equipment, covert cameras and more mobile fingerprint scanners.

Officials approve Augusta National property rezoning

September 5, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

Augusta officials approved rezoning more than 38 acres of mostly vacant Augusta National Golf Club-owned property along Washington Road for future development.

Augusta Commission delays gateway art project

September 4, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

The Augusta Commission put a 30-day hold on a gateway art project Tuesday after many in the public rejected both of the proposed designs.

Jones unopposed; several pursue Harlem seats

August 22, 2019

Augusta Chronicle

Grovetown Mayor Gary Jones and councilmen Eric Blair and Allen Transou are unopposed for reelection with the end of candidate qualifying Wednesday.

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