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Augusta mayor scheduled as a speaker for Qatar conference

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Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. is scheduled as a speaker in the middle eastern country of Qatar as part of the 2022 Smart City Expo Doha.

The Mayor’s Office released a brief statement to select media that did not indicate whether Davis was traveling to the country or appearing remotely; however,...

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  1. These trips just look good on his resume. I mean, he needs something to pad it since the mayoral part looks pretty suspect.
    And who would really want to hear what this guy has to say?? He’s right here in our backyard and none of us want to listen to him, much less look at him.
    But, you never know…maybe he’s got a job lined up over there?

  2. ATP needs to start digging to discover who wrote “Smart Solutions for Urban Sustainability” for Davis, how much it cost, and where the money came from. Is his pole-dancing consultant going with him? Maybe he is teaching Qatari government officials how to defraud taxpayers and launder money.

  3. I can’t think of one thing he would have to offer the people of Qatar. And no way would he do a remote if he didn’t get paid by them. So my bet is he is going again. He would bed about as affective as Obama speaking at the Republican National Committee on brotherly relations and love of our country.

  4. If experience is any indication his speech will be something like.,.Get a credit card from your subordinates and lose the receipts. Also? Use a military discount even tho you’ve never served in the military. Lastly, if anyone questions you on any shady things you do blame it on race and drive away in the taxpayer paid for SUV that you fleeced the taxpayers out of..

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