Friday, February 22, 2013

"Leave the Guns to the Professionals"

AUGUSTA, GA - Alfonzo Williams, the new Richmond County Board of Education (RCBOE)  Police Chief said: "leave the guns to the professionals". He left Waynesboro chief law enforcement post with people crying loud against his move. Williams mentioned that he knows Sheriff Richard Roundtree and that he expects all the help he can get from the Richmond County Sheriff Office.

The position became open when former chief Pat Clayton was chosen to work under Richmond County's newly-elected sheriff. VIDEO

www.anibalshow.comFive Waynesboro police officers, including Chief Alfonzo Williams, were involved last year in a discussion about candidate endorsement. Scott Peebles, who is white, had the endorsement of a regional chapter of the national black law enforcement group, was said in a press release.

The organization demanded a retraction, saying that as a 501(c)3 group, it was prohibited from endorsing candidates and that the five officers associated with a press release weren’t even national members, although they had applied for national membership.

Over the past ten (10) years the Richmond County Board of Education has been involved in a very aggressive Building Program.  This was needed to relieve overcrowding at the schools and also for major renovations, expansions and facility upgrades.

To date, from Phase I, the School District has put in place in excess of $150 million dollars of work and another $160 million dollars of work from Phase II.  Currently is in place Phase III of the Bond Building Program.

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