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Lawmakers weigh regulating drones

...reporting by local law enforcement agencies.He said it was modeled after a bill passed last year in Texas.Under the bill, law enforcement agencies could use a drone in the immediate pursuit of a person whom authorities have reasonable suspicion...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-02-02/lawmakers-weigh-regulating-dr
Committee for Good Government announces vote

...Smith 63 votesBOARD OF EDUCATIONDISTRICT 2Eloise Curtis (I) 39 votesMelvin Ford 10 votesCharlie Hannah 30 votesWillie (Bill) Law 18 votesDISTRICT 3Alex Howard (I) uncontestedDISTRICT 6Taylor Bryant 40 votesJack Padgett, Jr. (I) 63 votesDISTRICT...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2010-10-06/committee-good-government-an
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Education candidate Law wants fiscal responsibility

...expectations, both in terms of what students can do and how the Richmond County School System manages its finances, Willie "Bill" Law said.The candidate for the Board of Education's District 2 seat says the same is true for board members."There...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/georgia-elections/2010-10
Georgia Elections | Elections | Georgia Legislature | Education | Metro | Elections
Board of Education candidates Q & A

...would be the school board trustee that parents, teachers and students actually talk to without any backlash."Willie "Bill" Law AGE: 43FAMILY: Married; nine childrenOCCUPATION: Realtor, LNH RealtyEDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in organizational...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/elections/georgia-elections/2010-10
Georgia Elections | Elections | Georgia Local | Education | Metro | Elections
Operator error

...want you to believe."I wish I could get involved in (the Tea Party) more," says Augusta school board candidate Bill Law, who happens to be black. "A lot of people would, but they don't understand it. It's been slandered."I think...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2010-10-25/operator-error
Editorials
It seems everyone has expensive plans for Augusta

...ever after until a wicked witch cast a spell over the complex and everything in it. And last Tuesday, Janice Jenkins , Bill Law , Keith Brown , Mildred McDaniel and William Fennoy came to the meeting seeking revenge on Chairman Richard Isdell for...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/08/31/cit_471447.shtml
City Ink | Deke Copenhaver | Downtown stadium | Downtown Trolley | Master Plan | Augusta Regional Airport - Bush Field | Augusta State University | Coliseum Authority
Colts' head coach not under contract

...home games and owes $13,241.34. Only two of the five committee members, committee chair Keith Brown and member Bill Law, attended the meeting Friday morning, but an agreement was reached without the need of a quorum. Sisson requested that...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/07/12/spa_465426.shtml
Spartans | Coliseum Authority
Coliseum Authority chairman steps down

...meeting because board members' tempers were high and he thought they needed a cooling off period. "Richard Isdell and Bill Law got in a shouting match and almost got into a fight Friday," he said. "I wanted the members to cool down so we could...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/05/28/met_460195.shtml
Metro | Augusta-Richmond County Commission | Coliseum Authority
Coliseum authority gives managers power to pursue new acts, events

...to pursuing new business for the two city-owned venues, the Bell Auditorium and the James Brown Arena, she said. Bill Law and John Manuel made motions to officially provide Mr. Gordon with a capacity to make deals with various promoters...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/07/17/met_136105.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority
Get off your duff and vote no on tax

...People don't understand what is going on and fail to either go vote or just don't care. Nothing (referendum, bill, law, etc.) should ever be passed with only 10 percent or less of the voters voting. It is asinine for people to sit at...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/09/08/edi_295245.shtml
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