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Risk vs. reward

...Sorry, that's just not good enough.Redeveloping the old mills clearly is a worthwhile initiative. Businessman Clay Boardman, who used his own money to redevelop the historic Enterprise Mill complex more than a decade ago, proved that stately...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2014-02-28/risk-vs-reward
South Augusta rehab unopposed, gets planning panel's OK

...halfway house," which the project was never intended to be, said Patrick Rice, the attorney representing landowner Clay Boardman."They thought this would be a halfway house for hardened criminals, people that are in the penal system," he...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/health/2014-02-03/south-augusta-rehab-unoppose
School's tradition kept alive

...Houghton Elementary until that school closed in 2000. The old building began to show its age, but local developer Clay Boardman bought it in 2005 and installed a new roof and windows.Heritage Academy, which began in 2001 offering a Christian education...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/life-style/2013-11-28/schools-tradition-kept-a
Ceremony marks step in new GRU building

...building as part of a challenge grant; that, in turn, attracted $13 million more in donations. Local businessmen Clay Boardman and James Hull and others took up the challenge of raising $5 million locally as part of that, Boardman said...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/education/2013-11-15/ceremony-marks-step-new-g
Augusta Warrior Project advances in national initiative, names new leaders

...replacement as executive director.Other changes to the leadership team include the election of original board member, Clay Boardman, to secretary and the addition of three new members. They include: Col. Leo Thorsness, a Medal of Honor recipient...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-12-13/augusta-warrior-project-advan
Hull helping GRU fund cancer center

...state."Barcus said the university over the past few years has partnered with supportive local leaders such as Hull, Clay Boardman and Will McKnight to take up the torch for fundraising, which was done for the proposed Education Commons.A formal leadership...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2013-09-14/hull-helping-gru-fund-canc
Augusta area has ingredients to become a creative powerhouse

...Keith Shafer; and Greater Augusta Arts Council Executive Director Brenda Durant.Also, businessman and developer Clay Boardman; former Augusta Chorale Music Director Ellis Johnson; Quintin Kuyper, artistic co-director of the Harry Jacobs Chamber...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2013-09-07/augusta-area-has
Boardman honored for historic preservation work

Augusta's Clay Boardman has been elected to an inaugural group of emeritus trustees of The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation for his service to the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/latest-news/2012-06-15/boardman-honored-historic-pr
Dissatisfaction growing over Clean Augusta Downtown Initiative among business owners

...from a few hundred dollars to more than $35,000 annually, depending on a parcel's value.Augusta businessman Clay Boardman, who owns properties in the district, said he supports the continuation of the district and the cleanup program...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/local-business/2012-07-28/dissatisfac
The time has come to do our duty as citizens -- vote Rick Allen

...fellow citizens. Some of the people who were highlighted in these articles included Ann Boardman, Doug Barnard, Clay Boardman, Clint Bryant, Terry Elam, Martha Scroggs, Randy Smith, Boone Knox, Pete Caye, Julia Jackson, Donnie Thompson...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2012-08-19/time-has-come-do