More calls going unheeded

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Regarding Mark Summer’s April 7 letter (“City services won’t answer”): Mark was so right about all the offices in North Augusta, but what’s even worse than city employees never answering any calls is that they never return any calls if you leave a message!

For taxpayers in North Augusta to get any service, they have to go there in person. I don’t know why they even publish any phone numbers, as the phones are never answered!

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joytotheworld
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joytotheworld 04/10/13 - 07:52 am
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North Augusta is great!

I have always gotten great service from the city of North Augusta. If I have called, even on a weekend, they respond.

What a great place to live and worship!

agustinian
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agustinian 04/10/13 - 09:21 am
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Baseball

When you call, leave a message that you want to bing a baseball team to town. They'll return that phone call and offer $43M to help you make the move.

Fiat_Lux
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Fiat_Lux 04/10/13 - 01:00 pm
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Move across the river

I have nothing but praise for the way the Augusta city employees have responded to my requests.

t3bledsoe
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t3bledsoe 04/10/13 - 01:33 pm
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No responses, BUT ASKING FOR PROJECT JACKSON:

I don't call the "CITY GOVERNMENT MANTION" that often, but I am not surprised about this ! I just HOPE ABOVE ALL HOPES that The Aiken County Government nor The Aiken County School Board will vote for this "MONEY PIT NAMED PROJECT JACKSON !!"

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