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Georgia defeats Clemson 45-21

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Police Blotter, Aug. 31, 2014

The following accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident reports:

Two Martinez businesses burglarized

Two businesses in Martinez were burglarized early Tuesday.

An alarm went off at Zaxby’s on Columbia Road about 5 a.m. The responding deputy found that someone forced their way into the restaurant. Surveillance video footage showed someone using a crowbar to force open the front door and the office door. The men stole an undisclosed about of cash from the office and left the crowbar behind when they left.

The burglars are described as black men. One was wearing a black tank top, khaki pants, black shoes and a blue T-shirt covering his face and head. The other wore a long-sleeve black shirt with a white T-shirt covering his face and head. Both wore gloves.

An employee of nearby Lulu’s Carwash told deputies that he found a window on the exterior door smashed when he came to open the business on Bobby Jones Expressway Tuesday morning. The manager said burglars got into and stole items from the safe.

Surveillance video cameras at the car wash had been tampered with and didn’t provide any footage. A hammer not belonging at the business was found inside.

Burglar uses woman’s home

A Grovetown woman said Monday that whoever burglarized her home used it.

The 28-year-old woman called authorities at about 9 a.m. after discovering someone had been inside her home. The woman said she left her home at about 5 p.m. the previous day after cleaning the house.

When she came in through the garage Monday morning, the woman said she found her Keurig coffee pot on and a used coffee mug beside it. She also said the light and exhaust fan in the bathroom was on.

There were no signs of forced entry and nothing appeared to be stolen. The woman said she doesn’t know of anyone with a key or anyone who would come into her house without notifying her first.

Insurance
agent reports irate client

A Grovetown insurance agent called authorities Monday after receiving threats from an irate client.

The State Farm Insurance agent said the client has called his office and the corporate office making strange threatening remarks. The agent gave deputies his e-mail correspondence that lists the phone calls between agents and clients and the e-mail the client sent to a corporate supervisor.

According to the agent, the client said, “I have no job, don’t have anything else to do and I come up with interesting ways to screw people over.” The client also said that the agent wouldn’t want to get tied up with him and that he would do “something you wouldn’t like.” He said the agent wouldn’t like the outcome. When asked what that meant, the agent said his client said, “just know that I have resources, am not happy, and will exercise justice if needed.” He reminded the agent how dangerous he can be.

The agent said he fears for the safety of himself and his employees. He believes it is best to terminate the client, but is fearful of more threats and possible violence.

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Police Blotter, Aug. 31, 2014

The following accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident reports:

Two Martinez businesses burglarized

Two businesses in Martinez were burglarized early Tuesday.

An alarm went off at Zaxby’s on Columbia Road about 5 a.m. The responding deputy found that someone forced their way into the restaurant. Surveillance video footage showed someone using a crowbar to force open the front door and the office door. The men stole an undisclosed about of cash from the office and left the crowbar behind when they left.

The burglars are described as black men. One was wearing a black tank top, khaki pants, black shoes and a blue T-shirt covering his face and head. The other wore a long-sleeve black shirt with a white T-shirt covering his face and head. Both wore gloves.

An employee of nearby Lulu’s Carwash told deputies that he found a window on the exterior door smashed when he came to open the business on Bobby Jones Expressway Tuesday morning. The manager said burglars got into and stole items from the safe.

Surveillance video cameras at the car wash had been tampered with and didn’t provide any footage. A hammer not belonging at the business was found inside.

Burglar uses woman’s home

A Grovetown woman said Monday that whoever burglarized her home used it.

The 28-year-old woman called authorities at about 9 a.m. after discovering someone had been inside her home. The woman said she left her home at about 5 p.m. the previous day after cleaning the house.

When she came in through the garage Monday morning, the woman said she found her Keurig coffee pot on and a used coffee mug beside it. She also said the light and exhaust fan in the bathroom was on.

There were no signs of forced entry and nothing appeared to be stolen. The woman said she doesn’t know of anyone with a key or anyone who would come into her house without notifying her first.

Insurance
agent reports irate client

A Grovetown insurance agent called authorities Monday after receiving threats from an irate client.

The State Farm Insurance agent said the client has called his office and the corporate office making strange threatening remarks. The agent gave deputies his e-mail correspondence that lists the phone calls between agents and clients and the e-mail the client sent to a corporate supervisor.

According to the agent, the client said, “I have no job, don’t have anything else to do and I come up with interesting ways to screw people over.” The client also said that the agent wouldn’t want to get tied up with him and that he would do “something you wouldn’t like.” He said the agent wouldn’t like the outcome. When asked what that meant, the agent said his client said, “just know that I have resources, am not happy, and will exercise justice if needed.” He reminded the agent how dangerous he can be.

The agent said he fears for the safety of himself and his employees. He believes it is best to terminate the client, but is fearful of more threats and possible violence.

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Columbia County's charter school petition denied by state

Two local school-choice groups returned from Atlanta on Wednesday with different outcomes for proposed charter schools.

The Georgia Charter Schools Commission denied a petition for a Columbia County arts-infused charter school and approved another to be based in Hephzibah.

Todd Shafer, a Martinez Elementary School teacher and founding board member of Columbia County School for the Arts, said he was disappointed with the state commission’s decision but undeterred.

“We definitely want to keep the momentum going,” Shafer said.

“While this is a setback, it is also an opportunity to improve our plan.”

The Columbia County School for the Arts was intended to be open to all children who reside in the county, and planned to provide a curriculum that would infuse fine arts and foreign language in day-to-day instruction.

Organizers hoped to open the school in fall 2015 with grades kindergarten through 8 and add a grade each year afterward.

Before Wednesday’s meeting, the charter commission staff recommended denying the petition for Columbia County School for the Arts for three reasons. It said the proposed school’s governing board, while passionate and knowledgeable, “did not demonstrate that it would be able to assert authority, management, and oversight over the school leaders.”

The commission also said the proposed Columbia County school lacked a clear plan to be ready for the 2015-16 school year and did not articulate a strategy for acquiring a facility for students in that time frame.

Shafer said the group will take the state board’s criticism to heart and revise its plans. He said the group will continue to hold public meetings and seek input from the community.

“We are going to move forward and take the recommendations that the commission gave us and build on that and come back again next year,” Shafer said.

That is what the Heph­zibah group did after its petition was denied last fall.

The Commission said the Hephzibah- and Blythe-only attendance zone for the Georgia School for In­novation and the Classics was too narrow and that the school plan was not financially viable.

In its revised application, the Hephzibah charter school opened its enrollment to children statewide, which means it likely will draw students from neighboring counties, such as Jefferson and Burke.

Hephzibah City Com­mission Chairman Robert Buchwitz, governing board member, said the school will open in August 2015 with grades kindergarten through 8 and will add a grade each year.

“I’m glad we got there, and now we have a lot of work to do to get the facility built,” Buchwitz said.

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Columbia County's charter school petition denied by state

Two local school-choice groups returned from Atlanta on Wednesday with different outcomes for proposed charter schools.

The Georgia Charter Schools Commission denied a petition for a Columbia County arts-infused charter school and approved another to be based in Hephzibah.

Todd Shafer, a Martinez Elementary School teacher and founding board member of Columbia County School for the Arts, said he was disappointed with the state commission’s decision but undeterred.

“We definitely want to keep the momentum going,” Shafer said.

“While this is a setback, it is also an opportunity to improve our plan.”

The Columbia County School for the Arts was intended to be open to all children who reside in the county, and planned to provide a curriculum that would infuse fine arts and foreign language in day-to-day instruction.

Organizers hoped to open the school in fall 2015 with grades kindergarten through 8 and add a grade each year afterward.

Before Wednesday’s meeting, the charter commission staff recommended denying the petition for Columbia County School for the Arts for three reasons. It said the proposed school’s governing board, while passionate and knowledgeable, “did not demonstrate that it would be able to assert authority, management, and oversight over the school leaders.”

The commission also said the proposed Columbia County school lacked a clear plan to be ready for the 2015-16 school year and did not articulate a strategy for acquiring a facility for students in that time frame.

Shafer said the group will take the state board’s criticism to heart and revise its plans. He said the group will continue to hold public meetings and seek input from the community.

“We are going to move forward and take the recommendations that the commission gave us and build on that and come back again next year,” Shafer said.

That is what the Heph­zibah group did after its petition was denied last fall.

The Commission said the Hephzibah- and Blythe-only attendance zone for the Georgia School for In­novation and the Classics was too narrow and that the school plan was not financially viable.

In its revised application, the Hephzibah charter school opened its enrollment to children statewide, which means it likely will draw students from neighboring counties, such as Jefferson and Burke.

Hephzibah City Com­mission Chairman Robert Buchwitz, governing board member, said the school will open in August 2015 with grades kindergarten through 8 and will add a grade each year.

“I’m glad we got there, and now we have a lot of work to do to get the facility built,” Buchwitz said.

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School officials narrow list of architects for elementary school

Columbia County school officials have narrowed the list of architects who will be picked to design a new elementary school to be built on William Few Parkway.

School officials hope to begin construction on the as yet unnamed school by March, according to a timeline presented to school board members this week.

Superintendent Sandra Carraway asked board members to review the bids and qualifications of five firms and return with a recommendation at the board’s Sept. 9 meeting.

The five finalists are James W. Buckley & Associates, of Swainsboro, Ga.; Hughes, Beatty HB Architects of Augusta; Manley, Spangler, Smith Associates of Griffin, Ga.; Southern A & E, LLC, of Austell, Ga.; and Goodwyn Mills and Cawood GMC, of Alabama.

If everything goes as planned, officials expect to have the new school open for students by August 2016.

Carraway said the working budget for the project is $12 million, excluding site work and acquisition of land.

She said the new school will relieve pressure on neighboring elementary schools as the county’s enrollment continues to climb.

“It will be built to serve 900-1000 children and will relieve the over-population at Greenbrier Elementary, along with serving the neighborhoods on William Few, this side of Columbia Road,” Carraway said in an email.

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School officials narrow list of architects for elementary school

Columbia County school officials have narrowed the list of architects who will be picked to design a new elementary school to be built on William Few Parkway.

School officials hope to begin construction on the as yet unnamed school by March, according to a timeline presented to school board members this week.

Superintendent Sandra Carraway asked board members to review the bids and qualifications of five firms and return with a recommendation at the board’s Sept. 9 meeting.

The five finalists are James W. Buckley & Associates, of Swainsboro, Ga.; Hughes, Beatty HB Architects of Augusta; Manley, Spangler, Smith Associates of Griffin, Ga.; Southern A & E, LLC, of Austell, Ga.; and Goodwyn Mills and Cawood GMC, of Alabama.

If everything goes as planned, officials expect to have the new school open for students by August 2016.

Carraway said the working budget for the project is $12 million, excluding site work and acquisition of land.

She said the new school will relieve pressure on neighboring elementary schools as the county’s enrollment continues to climb.

“It will be built to serve 900-1000 children and will relieve the over-population at Greenbrier Elementary, along with serving the neighborhoods on William Few, this side of Columbia Road,” Carraway said in an email.

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Prep Calendar for Sunday, August 31, 2014.

Saturday, September 6

Augusta Prep at Spartanburg, 9 a.m.

Greenbrier at Covered Bridge at Roswell, Ga., 7:45 a.m.

Lakeside at Nike Panther Cross Country Invitational, Fayetteville, Ga.

FOOTBALL

(ALL GAMES 7:30 P.M.)

Friday, September 5

Augusta Christian vs. Fox Creek

Augusta Prep vs. Edmund Burke

Evans vs. Northside, Warner Robins

Greenbrier at Warner Robins

Grovetown vs. Houston County

Lakeside at Richmond Academy

Saturday, September 6

Augusta Eagles vs. Grace Christian, TBA

Tuesday, September 2

Grovetown at Aquinas, 5 p.m.

Harlem vs. Morgan County, 5 p.m.

Wednesday, September 3

Grovetown at Oglethorpe, 5 p.m.

Greenbrier vs. Westside, 5:30 p.m.

Harlem vs. Cross Creek, 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 4

Greenbrier vs. Richmond Academy, 5 p.m.

Grovetown at Cross Creek, 5 p.m.

Harlem at Dublin, 5 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Evans, 5 p.m.

Friday, September 5

Greenbrier vs. Loganville at Oconee County, 5:45 p.m.

Greenbrier vs. Heritage at Oconee County, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, September 6

Greenbrier vs. Marist (DH), 10 a.m.

Evans at Veterans Memorial Park Invitational, TBA

Saturday, September 6

Augusta Christian at Palmetto Christian

Tuesday, September 2

Evans vs. North Augusta, 5 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Westside, 5 p.m.

Augusta Prep at Monsignor Donovan, 6 p.m.

Augusta Christian vs. Augusta Eagles, 7 p.m.

Evans vs. Aquinas, 7 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Butler, 7 p.m.

Thursday, September 4

Grovetown vs. Greenbrier, 5 p.m.

Lakeside at North Augusta, 5 p.m.

Augusta Christian at Ben Lippen, 5:30 p.m.

Greenbrier vs. Laney at Grovetown, 6 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Aiken at North Augusta, 6 p.m.

Augusta Prep vs. South Aiken, 6:30 p.m.

Evans at Midland Valley, 6:30 p.m.

Grovetown vs. Laney, 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 6

Augusta Prep vs. Loganville, 12:30 p.m.

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Prep Calendar for Sunday, August 31, 2014.

Saturday, September 6

Augusta Prep at Spartanburg, 9 a.m.

Greenbrier at Covered Bridge at Roswell, Ga., 7:45 a.m.

Lakeside at Nike Panther Cross Country Invitational, Fayetteville, Ga.

FOOTBALL

(ALL GAMES 7:30 P.M.)

Friday, September 5

Augusta Christian vs. Fox Creek

Augusta Prep vs. Edmund Burke

Evans vs. Northside, Warner Robins

Greenbrier at Warner Robins

Grovetown vs. Houston County

Lakeside at Richmond Academy

Saturday, September 6

Augusta Eagles vs. Grace Christian, TBA

Tuesday, September 2

Grovetown at Aquinas, 5 p.m.

Harlem vs. Morgan County, 5 p.m.

Wednesday, September 3

Grovetown at Oglethorpe, 5 p.m.

Greenbrier vs. Westside, 5:30 p.m.

Harlem vs. Cross Creek, 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 4

Greenbrier vs. Richmond Academy, 5 p.m.

Grovetown at Cross Creek, 5 p.m.

Harlem at Dublin, 5 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Evans, 5 p.m.

Friday, September 5

Greenbrier vs. Loganville at Oconee County, 5:45 p.m.

Greenbrier vs. Heritage at Oconee County, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, September 6

Greenbrier vs. Marist (DH), 10 a.m.

Evans at Veterans Memorial Park Invitational, TBA

Saturday, September 6

Augusta Christian at Palmetto Christian

Tuesday, September 2

Evans vs. North Augusta, 5 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Westside, 5 p.m.

Augusta Prep at Monsignor Donovan, 6 p.m.

Augusta Christian vs. Augusta Eagles, 7 p.m.

Evans vs. Aquinas, 7 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Butler, 7 p.m.

Thursday, September 4

Grovetown vs. Greenbrier, 5 p.m.

Lakeside at North Augusta, 5 p.m.

Augusta Christian at Ben Lippen, 5:30 p.m.

Greenbrier vs. Laney at Grovetown, 6 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Aiken at North Augusta, 6 p.m.

Augusta Prep vs. South Aiken, 6:30 p.m.

Evans at Midland Valley, 6:30 p.m.

Grovetown vs. Laney, 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 6

Augusta Prep vs. Loganville, 12:30 p.m.

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Property Transfers, Aug. 31, 2014

Ivey Residential LLC to Steven B. Tully Jr., 719 Coventry Ave., $253,000.

Crawford Creek Homebuilders LLC to Robert E. Fisher and Deborah J. Fisher, 4019 Payten Place, $208,000.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Robert G. Rhodes, parcel ID 060859, $242,793.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Tracy A. Reid-Barrow, parcel ID 069712, $235,212.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Jason M. Holland and Carolyn E. Holland, parcel ID 060886, $246,126.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Christopher Luis Durand, parcel ID 0622485, $186,828.

Riverwood Land LLC to All Weathers Construction Co. LLC, 845 Glencoe Way, $43,000.

Riverwood Land LLC to First Choice Homebuilders LLC, 842 Glencoe Way, $45,000.

William Few Partners LLC to North Star Home Builders LLC, 853 Leyland Lane, $49,000.

William Few Partners LLC to North Star Home Builders LLC, 851 Leyland Lane, $49,000.

William Few Partners LLC to North Star Home Builders LLC, 849 Leyland Lane, $49,000.

William Few Partners LLC to North Star Home Builders LLC, 845 Leyland Lane, $49,000.

William Few Partners LLC to North Star Home Builders LLC, 843 Leyland Lane, $49,000.

All Weathers Construction Co. LLC to Josef M. Jacobsen, 839 Glencoe Way, $308,589.

North Star Home Builders LLC to Steve H. Yi, 420 Jade Drive, $309,900.

South Georgia Custom Homes LLC to James A. Rogers and Robyn N. Rogers, parcel ID 059204, $301,902.

The estate of Gladys B. Fleming to Patriots Landing LLC, parcel ID 069101C, $400,000.

Mumina Beachum to Arianna E. Pigford, 555 Great Falls, $230,000.

Willie Joe Lee to Martin Taylor, parcel ID 031A008, $25,000.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Danny Carter, parcel ID 069706, $254,191.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Joshua L. Keehn and Amber D. Keehn, parcel ID 060849, $220,916.

South Georgia Custom Homes LLC to Jack Ellis and Stefani S. Ellis, parcel ID 082411, $312,500.

Stephanie Blair to Steven L. Quackenbush, 1348 Shadow Oak Drive, $176,000.

Thomas Michael Moss to Stephanie Blair, 2042 Summerton Circle, $139,000.

K & N Construction Co. Inc. to Allen Marshall Jr., 103 Hayne Drive, $300,000.

Arrington Family Limited Partnership LLLP to E.H. Williamson and Catherine Williamson, 644 Emerald Crossing, $60,000.

Paul J. Kaminski to Travis L. Roby and Shannon M. Roby, 665 Fairview Drive, $140,000.

Amy M. Wells to Waseem Halabi, 221 Taylor Circle, $114,000.

Forrest W. Page to Jessica J. Park Swenson and Paul A. Swenson, 289 Ashbrook Drive, $270,000.

Theodore Dah Hau to Keywanda James, 4133 Allison Road, $98,000.

Steven O. Olson to Kimberlea K. Newman and Judy Bates, 3732 Tailboard Way, $135,000.

Robert Torres to Adam Solomon and Walaa Nooreldeen, 4738 Savannah Lane, $191,900.

Arthur R. McBride to Thomas M. Benton and Kathy G. Benton, 7762 Winfield Hills, $130,000.

Brian K. Atkins to Brianica S. Jones, 1960 Shoreline Drive, $127,900.

Jerry A. White to Alana N. Burnett, 1171 Indian Springs Trail, $215,000.

Sarah Kelley to Jesse W. Dill, 721 Kensey Park Lane, $158,000.

Bonita K. Carter to Shannon D. Widgeon, 4135 Day Road, $150,000.

Tabatha Barton as successor of the Arthur R. Cliett Trust dated March 27, 2002, to KHO Development LLC, parcel ID 009021, $97,343.

Ely Dickren Markarian to Wesley K. Atkinson, 2506 Kirby Ave., $161,500.

Mlissa A.J. Baclawski to Jerry O. Knight and Florence G. Knight, 311 Mears St., $127,000.

June F. Hitchcock to Wilhelm A. Kogler and Mary Virginia Kogler, 5020 Sussex Drive, $215,000.

Carl R. Dixon to Richard E. Malin Jr., 4436 Whisperwood Drive, $127,900.

Jon Hair to Trent L. Evans, 108 Wood Creek Lane, $140,000.

Euchee Creek Investors Inc. to Hereford Farm LLC, portion of parcel ID 001G968, $679,650.

John R. Bowman and Sandra M. Bowman as trustee of the Bowman Family Trust dated Aug. 26, 2012, to Gregory S. Oldham, 262 Full Circle, $158,500.

Winchester Homes of GA Inc. to Eric T. Heist and Amy E. Heist, 719 Burch Creek Drive, $305,835.

Jason P. Glenn to Joshua Soini, 107 Tyler St., $139,900.

Wilson Parker Homes Retreat at Baker Place Inc. to Federrica M. Virtue and Michael P. Virtue, 708 Burch Creek Drive, $323,900.

Keith Thi Clinscales to Dana Lanes Clinscales, parcel ID 067C310, $278,440.

Raymond M. Pyrz Jr. to Jessica E. Powell, parcel ID G014014, $75,000.

Warr Family Limited Partnership LLLP to NSG Belair LLC, 300 S. Belair Road, $2,325,000.

NSG Belair LLC to Polestar G Augusta (Belair) LLC, parcel ID 047049, $3,000,000.

J.D. Ferguson Construction LLC to Jonathan Yingst and Haylie Manae Yingst, 227 Old Berzelia Road, $147,000.

Nancy M. Cannon as trustee of the Nancy M. Cannon Revocable Trust to Leslie A. Britton and Karen B. Britton, 4212 Blue Heron Lane, $220,000.

Ralph I. Brown to Linda J. Tucker, 756 Bradberry Creek, $435,000.

Shirley Tharp to Jose G. Rivera, 4685 Clifden Ave., $118,000.

William M. Polatty to Susan L. Thomas and Roger D. Thomas, parcel ID 065015X, $14,000.

Thomas L. Flynn to Derick M. Eaddy and Shaconda Shareece Eaddy, parcel ID G018022, $120,000.

Steven B. Tully Jr. to James P. Williams Jr., parcel ID 074C092, $124,900.

Donald Dixon Builders LLC to Patrick J. Lucia, parcel ID 077I146, $158,800.

Stephen D. Hau to James P. Hampson, parcel ID 0150076000, $54,450.

Danny A. Reese to Samantha M. Skadan, 3974 E. White Oak Road, $25,000.

Lewis O. Johnson to Brett S. McKenney and Kelley Pitzer, 291 Ashton Woods Drive, $109,900.

Natalie Poteete to Christopher J. Wise and Gail A. Wise, 4025 Oregon Trail, $144,900.

John E. Bodie III to Scott L. Preusser and Alexandra Preusser, 915 Mitchell Lane, $263,000.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Paulo C. Albuquerque, 417 Arden Way, $299,900.

Stephen A. Shiver to Daryl Brown and Margaux, 231 Dixon Court, $390,000.

Adam Rhodes to Zhuo Li, parcel ID 0621819, $140,000.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Abdul Safi and Waheeda Safi, 413 Arden Way, $306,900.

Mirenda A. Mitchell to Greg Merry and William M. Merry, 437 Creekwalk Drive, $129,400.

Cartus Financial Corp. to Eric Anderson and Lory Anderson, 520 Jutland Way, $273,000.

Oconee Capital investments LLC to Carla D. Truitt-Taylor, 848 Herrington Drive, $237,900.

Michele L. Pennington as trustee of the Michele L. Pennington Living Trust, 674 Glen Abbey Drive, $249,000.

Jeffery Basey to Brenton C. Phillips, 1066 Douglas Road, $30,000.

Blackstone Development Co. LLC and River Island Development Co. LLC to PDH Builders Inc., 2031 Egret Circle, $69,000.

Corrie Renee Oakley to Michael R. Gordon and Victoria Lee Gordon, 811 Landing Drive, $118,000.

Cole T. Sessions to Travis J. Burchett and Lori A. Burchett, 424 Bartram Trail Club Drive, $399,000.

J. Randal Hall to Brian R Babb and Courtney Babb, 1560 River Island Parkway, $96,000.

Clarecastle Homes Inc. to Ray A. Corujo, 225 Havelock Drive, $220,500.

Oakdale Custom Homes Inc. to Robert M. Rush and Angela D. Rush, 461 Marble Falls, $250,000.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Gary B. Alexander and Lisa Alexander, 2211 Stewart Court, $265,900.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Watson Fluellen and Sonya Fluellen, 2205 Stewart Court, $250,400.

Downeast Homebuilders Inc. to Gerard Mangenot and Mary Mangenot, 465 Sebastian Drive, $208,210.

Trotter General LLC to Rufo West LLC, 6572 Washington Road, $1,037,710.

Jerry V. Parker to Jason Tuckett, 6416 Washington Road, $157,000.

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