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Augusta mayor delivers state of the city address

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On June 16, Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. gave his final state of the city address and focused his remarks on the successes of the city since he was first elected in 2014.

Davis said the state of the city is strong and that his government continues work toward building a city for the future.

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  1. If you have to ask for applause? You don’t deserve it..since he is divorcing is he still living in his Augusta home? Does he even still live in Augusta? I’d be ashamed if we’re my preacher. What has become of the dark money/regency fiasco and the shadow government accounts?

  2. I searched online, looking at articles about Augusta’s cyber security complex. All articles attributed the genesis and funding to Gov. Nathan Deal. Never saw Davis mentioned. But if you receive a military discount at a home improvement store and don’t have a DD-214, taking credit for the cybersecurity complex is not a stretch. As they say at large gatherings, save your applause until the end (to celebrate his leaving office). PS The commissioner gift bags contained unissued COVID vaccination gift cards, pole dancer videos, framed glamour shots of Davis, bags of sand from the Qatari desert, and a check from the MBK fund.

  3. Corruption is rampant, te city’s infrastructure and budget is a disaster, but not to worry, we have “equity and inclusion,” and we are an “eco-friendly city.” All is right with the city—NOT!

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