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Clerk: New space inadequate for commission business

Final plans for renovating the Municipal Building's second floor from offices and courtrooms apparently left out adequate space for other responsibilities performed by the clerk.
Augusta Commission to discuss stormwater fee

...governments, the maintenance is somewhat lax."Ladson's presentation is Item 15 on the agenda for Augusta's Engineering Services committee meeting, which is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. after the continuation from Tuesday of a legal meeting...
Firm considers development along Savannah River

...Bluff Lock and Dam Park, Drum said.Developer Joseph Jankowski, who also presented information to Augusta's Engineering Services committee Monday, said the cost of a room in one of the assisted living cottages would average $3,600 a month...
Metro | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Panel votes to fund repairs

After being presented with a petition and a pledge by the city of Hephzibah on Monday, Augusta's Engineering Services Committee recommended spending $500,000 to fix a hole that has come to be known as the Hephzibah Grand Canyon...
Metro | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Across the area: Man accidentally kills self with gun

An Augusta man accidentally shot himself dead early Wednesday morning after pointing what he thought was an unloaded gun at his face and pulling the trigger, investigators said.
Metro | Aiken County Council
Paine College seeks to close part of Druid Park Avenue for student safety

...many as 8,000 vehicles daily, but said he was still assembling data.He'll present a report to Augusta's engineering services committee Monday.Students frequently cross Druid Park as Paine has well-used facilities on either side of...
Other cities in state have abandoned asphalt

Augusta commissioners are expected to vote this week to allow developers to continue putting raised-edge asphalt curbing in new subdivisions, a decision public works officials say will ultimately cost taxpayers far more than developers save. It also would leave Augusta as the only metropolitan city in the state that still allows the cheaper curbing instead of standard concrete curb and gutter. Officials in eight other Georgia counties said raised-edge asphalt curbing is not allowed in subdivisions there except for maintenance when the developer has finished.
Metro | Augusta-Richmond County Commission