Mayor Hardie Davis' proposal, distributed to the 10-member commission this week, says the fee could result in furlough days and lost instruction time for the school system.
Partial demolition to save a historic court building on the city government campus will add $31,078 to demolition costs, which Historic Augusta has agreed to pay to save the building.
Although no one has promised Jackie Hayter that paying a new stormwater fee will get her Jamaica Drive drainage issues addressed, it’s a chance she is willing to take.
A small Augusta contingent visited downtown Albany, Ga., on Friday to examine the city's effort to capitalize on its most famous native son.
Performance and show animals won't be exempt from steep annual licensing fees for owners who chose not to spay or neuter pets under a requirement.
Augusta commissioner Grady Smith was released from the hospital Wednesday after falling ill before Tuesday's commission meeting.
With four absent colleagues and facing a critical gallery, Augusta commissioners again delayed action on implementing a stormwater fee and deciding whether to demolish two historic buildings.
Commission members who will be in attendance at Tuesday's meeting - at least two have planned absences - said they aren't sure how a vote on the fee will go.
Mostly tranquil for the last 25 years, the banks of Lake Aumond are the site of a new legal storm brought forth by the owner of a relatively narrow lakefront lot.
Seeking to get ideas on how best to capitalize economically on the James Brown statue downtown, some Augusta Commission members will take a day trip to Albany, Ga., next week to view the city's ...
The subcommittee working to revise Richmond County's 35-year-old animal ordinances came closer on Thursday to narrowing down a list of potential groups that would be exempt from spay and neuter ...
A new index from AARP gave the city 51 out of 100 points for meeting current and future needs of residents.
Augusta Commission members again gave hope about preserving two historic buildings on the downtown government campus.
Debate about the fate of two 19th-century buildings on the city government campus will continue Tuesday at a meeting of Augusta's Public Services Committee.
Though they're set to vote May 19, a growing number of Augusta Commission members still have questions about plans to charge residents a fee to cover stormwater management.
Former Augusta commissioner Corey Johnson's wife is accusing her husband of battering her after she refused to have sex with him.
When alcohol sales end, Augusta restaurants can remain open under a code amendment approved by the Augusta Commission on Tuesday.
Two historic buildings on the city government campus -- an old synagogue and a former court building -- were again spared the wrecking ball.
Late-night dining could return to the city after the Augusta Commission hears Tuesday from another restaurant wanting to serve food into the early-morning hours.
A push to tear down two historic buildings on the city government campus and brush off the city's Historic Preservation Commission has divided the troops in Georgia's second-oldest city.