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Augusta, Ga., Receives Digital Cities Award




January 31, 2012 By

Augusta, Ga., received its Digital Cities Award in a presentation Jan. 17 at a City Commission meeting. Augusta ranked fifth in the 125,000 – 249,999 population category, up from seventh in the 2010 survey.  Jack Trover presented the award on behalf of CDW-G, a survey sponsor.

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Front Row:

Andrew Mackenzie, city attorney

Fred Russell, city administrator

Middle Row:

Mayor Deke Copenhaver

Runetta Rigdon, administrative assistant

Kristal Singletary, IT business manager

Misty Jacobs, helpdesk support specialist

Tameka Allen, IT director

Michele Pearman, GIS project leader

Mike Blanchard, assistant director

Randall Peek, application support analyst

Kathy Murry, technology acquisition

Kelli Walker, Web services project leader

Back Row:

Matt Aitken, commissioner District 1

Dr. Rev. J.R. Hatney, commissioner District 9

Grady Smith, commissioner District 10

Alvin Mason, commissioner District 4


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