Things are happening in North Augusta, city administrator says

...growth at (Interstate 20) Exit 5. We have growth along Knox Avenue. We have growth along our riverfront," said City Administrator Todd Glover. "I think that's very indicative of a very healthy city and a very healthy economic climate. We're...

Commissoners shocked by decrepit conditions at public defender's office, but options limited

...receptive to whatever the commission's will was. The group's public safety committee recommended she meet with City Administrator Janice Allen Jackson to determine a course forward.

Basketball goals, EEO firing on city committee agendas

...organizational review of the city procurement department.? Requests by Commissioner Bill Lockett to task the city administrator with developing employee performance reviews and a succession plan for key personnel.

Stormwater fee could be delayed, moved to tax bills

...fee on property tax bills instead of water bills and delaying implementation beyond a planned July start date, City Administrator Janice Allen Jackson told a crowd of about 25 at the Mu nicipal Building."As a result of so much concern," Jackson...

Brick Pond Park is asset

...waste and abandoned buildings along the river, I would argue the city of North Augusta has been a good steward of the environment.Todd GloverNorth Augusta, S.C. (The writer is city administrator for the city of North Augusta.)

Augusta EEO coordinator fired; HR director quits

...Powell retired in 2011.Commissioner Bill Fen noy's motion to fire Humph rey, effective immediately, authorized City Administrator Ja nice Allen Jackson to find resources to handle EEO complaints against the government, and Jackson said she would...

Rants & Raves

...read? WHILE IT MIGHT appear that $135,000 per year salary and $500 per month car allowance for the deputy city administrators is a large sum, it is not enough to cover the cost of the anti-acids and aspirin they are going to have to buy...

Augusta Administrator Janice Allen Jackson discusses first months on job

Augusta native Janice Allen Jack son returned to her childhood home in mid-November to become Augusta's city administrator. She sat down with The Augusta Chronicle last week to discuss her first four months on the job, touching on issues...

City Ink: Concerns of lack of coverage in lunch with mayor lead to personal responses

...The lead paragraph of Augusta Chronicle government reporter Susan McCord's story on the hiring of two deputy city administrators last week said it all."Two career government managers who left for a few years for work in the private sector...

Rural residents question stormwater fee

...getting done, being taken care of," Guilfoyle said. "People are worried about where their money is going."City Administrator Janice Allen Jackson was also looking at a reduced rate for rural homeowners, he added.