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Panel plans to talk money

...there's anything that can be done with the civic center in this configuration," said Reggie Williams, general manager of the civic center. "All you could do is tear it down and sell the property to someone who is looking for this location...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/10/20/met_327783.shtml
Metro | Augusta Futurity
Concert crowd falls short of estimate

...County Civic Center sold just 1,700 tickets, not the 3,000 previously reported. Reggie Williams, general manager of the civic center, made no excuse for releasing inaccurate information the night of the concert. "I'm more concerned...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/10/25/met_302091.shtml
Metro | James Brown | Coliseum Authority
Scoreboard deemed too small

...Jersey is pointless because they would never pay $400,000 for a video scoreboard. Reggie Williams, general manager of the civic center, said he thinks the initial proposal made by Daktronics was just a way to get the negotiating ball rolling...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/09/26/met_297823.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority
League targeting hockey cities

...that it was "way premature" to say that he would submit a viable bid to the league. Reggie Williams, general manager of the civic center, said three groups are interested in bringing arena football to Augusta. One of those, Mr. Gamsby's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/08/19/met_268168.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority
Hot rap stars tracking into Hurricane Central

...to the civic center in September, and K-Ci and JoJo to Bell Auditorium in October. Reggie Williams, general manager of the civic center, said he's had conversations with several promoters about Maxwell. "I hope one of them will deliver...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/07/30/liv_266722.shtml
Life & style
Praises, criticizes radio show host

...politics. Mr. Rhodes is to be commended for his work with the Civic Center and his support of Pat Cumiskey, general manager of the Civic Center. Mr. Cumiskey is the best thing that's happened to Augusta since old Eli Whitney invented the cotton...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/02/13/op_253256.shtml
Opinion columns
Craving for concerts grows in Garden City

...the Baja Club in June. Does this mean Augusta is becoming a viable concert market again? Pat Cumiskey, general manager of the civic center and Bell Auditorium, isn't ready to declare Augusta the next Music City, but he's getting encouraging...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/12/25/ent_248340.shtml
Things to Do
Creed has a winning beat

...show were brisk the first day, with about 1,700 moved, but have lagged lately, said Pat Cumiskey, general manager of the Civic Center. "This is a good rock 'n' roll band," said Mr. Cumiskey. "What do people want? We can only do...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/12/04/ent_246443.shtml
Things to Do
Country music alive in Augusta

...booked at the venue or at adjacent Bell Auditorium. "We haven't been offered any," said Pat Cumiskey, general manager of the civic center complex. Only 4,514 people attended the concert at the 6,000-seat hall on Oct. 4, raising eyebrows...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/07/24/ent_234135.shtml
Things to Do | Augusta Futurity
Augusta Coliseum Authority settles lawsuit

...coliseum authority will pay Ms. Oglesby $63,000 to settle the lawsuit she filed after she resigned as general manager of the Civic Center complex in October 1995, citing a "hostile work environment." The settlement provides a delayed conclusion...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/05/21/met_208660.shtml
Metro | Coliseum Authority