Crews clear site for new North Augusta Public Safety HQ
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) - If you’ve driven on Georgia Avenue in North Augusta in the past two weeks, you might have seen city crews starting to clear the old Flythe property.
That’s where a new headquarters will be built for the North Augusta Department of Public Safety.
City leaders say Dominion Energy has already cut power to all the poles out there. City crews should be done clearing the site in the first week of December. But on Wednesday, you have a chance to tell the city what you want to see.
“It’s just going to be an informal setting for citizens to come see the design pictures. Probably have sticky notes where they can write down ‘hey I think this would look better here this would look good,’” said Briton Williams, North Augusta mayor.
The public meeting Wednesday will be in the Palmetto Terrace Ballroom on the fourth floor of the municipal center.
It starts at 6 p.m. and will not be live streamed.
As Williams said, you can offer ideas on the renderings for the outside of the building. Designs for the inside have already been approved.
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