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Budget plan erases pay raises

A surefire way to reduce Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center's $1.66 million proposed budget for next year is to eliminate pay raises for all center employees, the center's manager recommended Tuesday at the Coliseum Authority's monthly meeting.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/08/25/met_426353.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority
Say 'no' to scalping

...higher prices than the face value, the performers miss out on the increased revenue, as does the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex. That certainly ought to concern the Coliseum Authority and local taxpayers. The best outcome would...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/01/31/edi_281851.shtml
Editorials | Coliseum Authority
Complex costs outrun income

A year into the privatization of the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex, which annually loses more than $1 million, officials are putting their faith in minor league hockey to spark a turnaround in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/16/met_222581.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority
County Civic Board examines future after contract rejection

Those who visit the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex can expect the status quo as far as...the number of ticketed events at the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex for the past two fiscal years: TOTAL...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/06/22/met_379163.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority
Company meets civic center officials

Top officials of a company that expects to start managing the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex in July appeared before its governing board Tuesday. Global Spectrum President Michel F. Sauers and Senior Vice President Frank...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/05/28/met_373847.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority
Scalping veto welcome

...performers -- whether they be athletes or entertainers -- miss out on the increased revenue, as does the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex. Although we applaud the governor's veto, he's not out of the woods. The new state constitution...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/05/02/edi_286915.shtml
Editorials
Boxer returns to old turf

...decision has been reached on ticket prices or the undercard. Reggie Williams, general manager of the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex, expects officials from Main Events, promoter of the fight, in town within the next couple of weeks...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/23/oth_264280.shtml
Other sports
Civic center hopeful experienced

Reggie Williams, the top candidate to be Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center's new general manager, is no stranger to being on the hot seat. The southwest Atlanta resident is well versed in public arena and stadium management -- and the political pitfalls that often come with it. Mr. Williams, 56, worked at the Omni arena in Atlanta 15 years, where his duties included building engineering and maintenance, event setup, ticketing, administration and contract negotiations.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/06/bus_255305.shtml
Business | Coliseum Authority
Theater director named

A former manager of the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex has been named the new executive director of the Imperial Theatre. Larry Rogers, who ran the civic center from 1979 to 1993...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/08/20/met_236511.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority
Additional area news

...total of about $142,140. Civic center fails to turn profit Despite an increase in revenues, the Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center complex didn't turn a profit the first half of the current fiscal year. Compared with the first half of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/02/04/met_221835.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority