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Augustans filled race track

...Grovetown track, which has been shut down for a year in a lease dispute between its owners and manager. Executives for Eagle Developers, which has plans to purchase the 29-acre Augusta Motor Speedway property, have said they intend to reopen the...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/10/13/met_272870.shtml
Metro
Track expects to open

...official Friday: Racing will be returning to the Augusta Motor Speedway. Mr. Bryan, chief executive officer of Eagle Developers, decided to go ahead with his previous plan to purchase the Gordon Highway racetrack after conducting a sound test...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/09/18/met_270532.shtml
Metro
Speedway zoning change puts developer in doubt

...Speedway, the green flag may not drop for a return of racing to Augusta. George Bryan, chief executive officer of Eagle Developers, asked that his application for rezoning be withdrawn because of restrictions approved by the board. However...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/21/met_266072.shtml
Metro | Columbia County Commission
Seeks race track located in CSRA

...Grovetown and Columbia County are not the only places in the Central Savannah River Area. Send George Bryan and Eagle Developers to south Richmond County or Burke County. We would appreciate his $1 million and the revenue a race track would...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/30/edi_264729.shtml
Editorials
Protests Grovetown race track plans

...They are seeking a change of zoning so they can run race cars almost anytime they please. George Bryan, CEO of Eagle Developers, has stated he is willing to spend $1 million to improve this small dirt track situated on 29 acres. Supposedly...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/17/op_263839.shtml
Opinion columns
Planned track hearing noise from residents

...seemingly had run out of gas. Then came George Bryan. Three months ago, Mr. Bryan, chief executive officer of Eagle Developers, purchased the 51-year-old Gordon Highway site, named it Silver Eagle Speedway and today is busy attempting...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/01/01/met_277013.shtml
Metro
Planned track hearing noise from residents

...seemingly had run out of gas. Then came George Bryan. Three months ago, Mr. Bryan, chief executive officer of Eagle Developers, purchased the 51-year-old Gordon Highway site, named it Silver Eagle Speedway and today is busy attempting...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/12/31/met_280346.shtml
Metro
Developer wants racetrack upgraded

...the Gordon Highway track's history -- one that is generating a fair amount of controversy. Mr. Bryan, CEO of Eagle Developers in Augusta, wants to purchase the racetrack and have its current zoning changed from Residential-Agriculture to...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/01/met_264761.shtml
Metro
Speedway in line for renovation

...big raceway first, but racing has come and gone in this area," said George Bryan, chief executive officer of Eagle Developers, parent company of Silver Eagle Speedway. "That's why we are establishing ourselves with the Silver Eagle Speedway...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/03/bus_262816.shtml
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