News12 at 11 o'clock/ Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- Augusta Commissioners have a full agenda for the first committee meeting of the year.
First up-- the Sheriff's Office wants to use funds from its asset forfeiture funds to buy more than six acres from the state of Georgia.
They want the property to build an annex to the RCSO South Precinct.
Commissioners will also receive an update on the progress at the Riverwalk since their tour last year.
They'll also continue talks about starting a bus route to Fort Gordon.
Commissioners will tackle all these issues Monday.
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