Those about town, and not just the busybodies who have nothing better to do than wonder how Augusta could be as bad as it is, are starting to think that perhaps the DDA’s Margaret Woodard might finally be vulnerable enough to be taken out.
For many such a move has seemed inevitable for a very long time, yet while Woodard has been a target of general criticism, she’s always managed to avoid the particular kind of criticism that gets people sent packing.
She’s likeable when she needs to be, visible when it suits her and out of the picture when its time to get anything, which seems to be a recipe for public longevity around these parts.
Only right now, especially with the Segways parked, no one really seems to know just what her purpose is.
Sure the DDA has meetings, but can anyone point to anything they’ve done?
We don’t have parking meters. We do have trash. And we might have a buyer for the building on the corner, only it seems they’re working through a real estate agent, not the DDA.
Anyone checked what she makes lately?
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