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The Wrecking Ball

With $250 million you could easily solve the homelessness crisis, demolish every blighted structure and fix all of the stormwater infrastructure thus getting rid of the need for the storm water tax. Paying $8.00 per month for those results would be a proposal I could get behind.
A real estate focused response to Mayor Hardie Davis Op-Ed related to security deposit insurance.
Apartment rental rates in the Augusta/Richmond County are skyrocketing. The main culprit for higher rents locally is a property tax increase that occurred in...
The Regency Mall problem is not the roadblock to growth in the District 5 area. The mall has sat idle for years, a scourge...
If we as a community want a new grocery store downtown, we must first be honest with ourselves on why we have been unsuccessful...
For seven years, one of Augusta’s largest buildings has sat idle. The sleeping giant Lamar Building was foreclosed on in August 2014 and later sold in 2016 for $820,000. The building contains just over 96,000 square feet of space.

Joe Edge

Joe Edge is a lifelong Augusta GA native. He graduated from Evans high school in 2000 and served four years in the United States Marine Corps right out of High School. Joe has been married for 18 years and has five children.

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