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Russell versus Guilfoyle in the battle of the budget

Russell versus Guilfoyle in the battle of the budget

Augusta Commissioner Wayne Guilfoyle had clearly had enough. Enough of a 2014 proposed budget that had been out of balance by more than $8.5 million for weeks. Enough of discussions about increasing property taxes to maintain city services. Enough of poring over the hundreds of budget pages without getting much feedback from his colleagues. During […]

“I don’t like being bullied.”

“I don’t like being bullied.”

A gentle wind is blowing as Jimmy Key walks along the gravel road next to a row of campers parked in his secluded RV park just beyond Gordon Highway. Up on a hill, there is a large white tent covering a wooden deck that overlooks the entire park. Just below the deck is a row […]