AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) – Millions of dollars and hundreds of jobs are already at the Georgia Cyber Center, but a new building and even more jobs may be on the way as the center keep plans to grow.
Only a little space is left at the Cyber Center, which means they are starting to look out the window towards the future.
“We are in need of thinking about a third building immediately. It’s like anything. It’s all about money,” Michael Shaffer of Augusta University said.
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