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The Senator interviews Sylvia

The Senator interviews Sylvia

For the past few weeks, The Augusta Chronicle’s City Ink columnist Sylvia Cooper has had mock interviews with former state Sen. Charles Walker who has just recently completed his 10-year federal prison sentence. In her column, Cooper has posed questions to the senator and, because he isn’t willing to play ball yet with the media, […]

Carbon Paper Government In A Digital World

Carbon Paper Government In A Digital World

Most people have seen the 1999 comedy, “Office Space,” written and directed by Mike Judge. In the film, the character Peter Gibbons is an employee that spends the majority of his days staring at his desk and hating his job. One of his biggest gripes is his mindless boss, Bill Lumbergh, and the senseless paperwork […]

It’s baaaaaack!!! The downtown parking debate

It’s baaaaaack!!! The downtown parking debate

Here we go again, folks. In less than two weeks, the Augusta Commission will revisit a proposal for parking meters in the downtown area. It is one of those issues that stirs deep emotions within most citizens. Many people absolutely hate the idea, insisting it will be the death of downtown Augusta. In fact, some […]