Stories by Tennent Houston

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Letter: Save our city's history

Please, let's slow down and make some wise decisions, not shortsighted ones.
By Tennent Houston

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Guest Column: Don't allow another priceless piece of Augusta's history to be destroyed

Let's do something that will make us and future generations of Augustans proud of our city, not ashamed.
By Tennent Houston

Friday, May 24, 2013

Letter: Give hope to old buildings

Our historic neighborhoods are our advantage over other communities; we need to preserve them.
By Tennent Houston

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Letter: Historic demolition is sad

Augusta's historic neighborhoods are our single most important competitive advantage with respect to other communities, often cited as "the best reason to live in Augusta."
By Tennent Houston

Sunday, Aug 7, 2011

Preserving city's chief assets will help all of Augusta to be richer

I have been delighted in recent weeks to read in The Chronicle that some of the most significant buildings in the Laney Walker Historic District might be renovated and put to productive use.
By Tennent Houston

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Historic schools must be preserved

In January of this year, the Richmond County Board of Education made the wise business decision to sell a number of surplus properties, and to invest the proceeds in the education of our children. ...
By Tennent Houston
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Davis seeks storm fee break for schools

Mayor Hardie Davis' proposal, distributed to the 10-member commission this week, says the fee could result in furlough days and lost instruction time for the school system.
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