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Savannah River Bacteria | The Augusta Chronicle

...animals produced in that vicinity, but should be wary of consuming large amounts of fish from the Savannah ... While city engineers continue to search for sources of fecal coliform bacteria flowing into the Savannah River via storm drains near Olde...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/topics/subjects/savannah-river-bacteria
Expanded bridge project list draws no bids

...no bids the second time, but we were never given the chance to negotiate on either occasion," Cook said. "The city engineer appeared ready, but I get the impression the decision to not attempt to negotiate came from higher up."Cook speculated...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-10-05/expanded-bridge-project-list-
STATE OF GEORGIA COUNTY OF RICHMOND NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF RIGHT...

...Georgia and fronting 18 inches of the South side of Cleveland Street as shown on a place prepared by Nisbet Wingfield, City Engineer, dated March 16, 1916, for James E. Streets and recorded in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court for Richmond...

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Dog offers lesson in stormwater fee push

...of million-dollar state and federal fines and court orders for exceeding pollution levels in the Savannah River.City engineers say they get no money from the city budget for stormwater maintenance. At Thursday's meeting in Blythe, Wes Byne...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/city-ink/2015-05-02/dog-offers-less
Government, institutions face huge stormwater bills

...credits or abandoning the fee altogether before a planned commission vote Tuesday, the only monthly fee proposal city engineers and consultants support is $6.40 per Equivalent Residential Unit. Nonresidential properties, including schools...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2015-05-29/government-institutions-
Critics vocal about proposed stormwater fee as series of public meetings begin

...parking lots. Credits are available for non-residential entities that install their own stormwater infrastructure.City engineers and a consulting firm determined Augusta requires about $17 million annually to maintain storm drainage systems largely...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2015-03-10/critics-vocal-about-proposed
Committee backs public sessions on stormwater fee

...with the public on a draft stormwater fee program, then "establish the fee concrete" afterward.Developed by city engineers and consultants with funds voters approved in the last sales tax referendum, the plan would charge most homeowners...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2015-02-23/committee-backs-public-s
Army recruiters absent from Augusta when Japanese struck at Pearl Harbor

...decide to strike in this vicinity."Wooddall, Safety Commissioner John B. Kennedy, Fire Chief G. Walton Scott and City Engineer E.E. Pund discussed at length possible means of guarding strategic points of the city's defenses.Guards...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/bill-kirby/2014-12-06/army-recruiters-absent-a
Augusta Commission to discuss budget options

...discussed, the commission had made no formal decision about her or interim deputy administrator Steve Cassell, a city engineer."Six votes will determine that and I think in making that determination the commissioners will look at what the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2014-11-12/augusta-commission-discu
Way We Were: Olive Road Overpass

...Maybe nobody thought much of it in the 1930s or '40s. Maybe trucks used to be shorter.But by December 1955, City Engineer M.P. Phillips said the city was planning to widen the route and lower the road because vehicles were banging into...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-01-04/way-we-were-olive-road-overpa