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Occasionally I take a look at the daily Rome News-Tribune where I was city editor a very long time ago--sentimental, I guess. I was surprised to read in today's News-Trib that the Board of Regents have approved $4.75 million for a Hinesville building for Armstrong Atlantic State University. Much of the money will come from AASU's local partners.

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up2sumptin commented on Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012 at 20:39 PM

That had been kicked around before by the county several years ago but they passed on it as being too much a liablity (monetarily).

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