The appointment is on Wednesdays Augusta Commission meeting agenda.
According to a questionnaire attached to the agenda and Richmond County school board records, Mr. Harris, 54, is school nutrition manager working at East Augusta Middle School. His questionnaire says he has a bachelors degree in sociology and experience in food services, entertainment and management.
The appointment could be a short one. Under a bill being worked out by Augustas legislative delegation, the coliseum authority could be restructured and reduced from 12 to seven members, their terms starting July 1. Mr. Mason and the four other commissioners from his super district would pick three members, the five commissioners from the other super district would pick three members, and the legislative delegation would pick a nonvoting chairman.
Commissioner Corey Johnson has said hell replace Keith Brown on the authority who, like Mr. Law, has a term expiring Tuesday but as of Monday hasnt put a name on Wednesdays meeting agenda.