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Jarrett Townsend was the 2008 recipient of The President's Award from the Greater Augusta Association of Realtors.

Thomas "Tad" Watson Brown Jr. , of Evans, and Karen N. Hull , of Augusta, have been elected to serve on the Augusta Museum of History board of trustees.

Bill Smith , the owner of House Calls, has received the Preferred Provider professional designation from the Executive Review Committee of the CSRA Home Connections Local Alliance Co-op Marketing Program for more than 20 years of professional excellence and customer satisfaction in residential repairs for homeowners.

Raymond Jones , a co-owner of RL Services, has received the Preferred Provider professional designation from the Executive Review Committee of the CSRA Home Connections Local Alliance Co-op Marketing Program for a commitment to excellence in residential cleaning and lawn-care services.

Heather Hunter-McNitt , the operations manager for Augusta Staffing Associates Industrial Division, has completed her forklift certification and is certified to train others to receive forklift certifications.

Anita Aguirre , an independent legal nurse consultant, has been elected as treasurer of the Greater Augusta chapter of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants.

Karen Abdelhadi , the director of administration for Meybohm Realtors, has received the professional in human resources designation from the HR Certification Institute.

Michelle Lockhart, of Meybohm Realtors, has earned the Green Designation from the National Association of Realtors for gaining the knowledge and tools necessary to help consumers realize their green real estate and lifestyle goals.

Curtis V. Williamson , a senior mechanical engineer at Johnson, Laschober & Associates, has earned his LEED professional accreditation from the Green Building Certification Institute.

Kelly Boyd Catlett , the Morris Museum of Art's store manager, has been named director at large on the board of the Museum Store Association.


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Commission rejects tax jump

Seven commissioners nixed a proposed tax increase Monday that would cost a typical homeowner $70 a year, leaving the countywide millage unset with just a few days to meet state deadlines.
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