|(AUGUSTA, GA) Verge Magazine showcases the revitalization of Laney Walker/Bethlehem in its July 2011 issue.
(AUGUSTA, GA) The Augusta Chronicle highlights efforts by the Housing Department to retain current residents as part of the Laney Walker/Bethlehem revitalization effort. For the full story:
(AUGUSTA, GA) The Woda Group and Parallel Housing, two of the pre-qualified developers for the revitalization of Laney Walker/Bethlehem, have recently submitted their application to build approximately four dozen mixed-income homes along Twiggs Street and Wrightsboro Road. Successful applications to Georgia’s Department of Community Affairs will be announced this coming November.
(AUGUSTA, GA) A project that started nearly 20 years ago will be completed shortly: the building of a mechanical dam to allow a continuous flow of water from 12th to 8th Street flowing past the new Augusta Judicial Center. This project allows the third level of the Augusta Canal to be re-watered and used once again.
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(AUGUSTA, GA) Historic Augusta’s Preservation Awards Committee is currently seeking nominations for the 2011 Preservation Awards to be given at the organization’s annual meeting to be held in the fall. For more information, to check the National Register status of a building, or to nominate a property for a 2011 Historic Preservation, please contact Robyn Anderson by telephone at 706-724-0436, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail at P.O. Box 37, Augusta, GA 30903.
(AUGUSTA, GA) Celebrate the opening of Morris Eminent Scholar and Augusta State University professor William Willis’s show, No Nature, No Art, Tuesday, July 26 at 6 pm. The show will be on display through August 21, 2011 in the Morris Museum’s first-floor Education Gallery.
(AUGUSTA, GA) The first annual BLOCKS ARE BEAUTIFUL celebration, which took place on Pine Street on May 7, has gone “prime time” with the launch of a video on YouTube.
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