From the notebook of business editor Tim Rausch

They're here, they're here

Automatic Data Processing Inc., the New Jersey-based business services firm that said it expects to employ up to 1,000 people in the Augusta area in five years, is apparently still scouting real estate.

The big building going up behind the Husqvarna office on Stevens Creek Road (the former FutureCall and Healthmaster building) is said to be a temporary location only. The building, developed by Indigo Properties (run by Chris Garrison; yes, the same Garrison from the Healthmaster days) is very large and very nice-looking from the outside. If ADP doesn't take it, I'm sure someone else will.

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