In a bipartisan effort, members of Georgia’s Congressional delegation are working to see that a Veterans Affairs Clinic to be located in Columbus is named after former Columbus Mayor Robert Poydasheff. Congressmen Sanford Bishop (D-G-02) and Drew Ferguson (R-GA-03) proposed the bill that is supported by every member of the Georgia Congressional Delegation.

Robert Poydasheff, National Infantry Museum

Robert Poydasheff

Bishop and Ferguson introduced the legislation late last month to name the new community-based outpatient clinic currently under construction on River Road after Poydasheff — who served in the United States military for 24 years and retired as an Army Colonel in 1979 

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