City Commission to go ahead with Underwood Homes plan

Tuesday, April 21, 2009 2:58 PM
Last updated Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010 9:03 PM
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City Commission this afternoon approved a resolution of suppor for the demolition and redevelopment of Underwood Homes off Sand Bar Ferry Road in east Augusta.

Mayor Deke Copenhaver also announced that Augusta was named one of the 100 top cities in which to live by a Web site called relocateamerica.com.

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joeuser 04/22/09 - 01:56 am
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With all due respect to Mayor

With all due respect to Mayor Deke Copenhaver...do you REALLY think Augusta is one of the top 100 cities in which to live? We can't even manage a small coliseum, keep a Golf Hall of Fame open, or cut our budget when we consolidated...all the while we have local politicians mulling over whether or not we should have a trolley or a new waterway downtown, spend $35K on stupid ads in the Atlanta Journal...or perhaps create a "waterfront" development at the old Regency Mall location. We run good people out of town, hire bad ones, and let racism rule the day as far as the commissioners are concerned. Augusta is definitely NOT one of the top 100 cities. Deke is a great mayor, but he deserves better than this city.

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