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Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. and his former aide Tonia Gibbons have again denied in an amended response to the Georgia ethics commission that they had any part in a campaign to build a new entertainment arena at the Regency Mall.

City attorney Wayne Brown filed the first response on Aug. 9. Ed...

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  1. “A Sneaky Suspicion”. My mom used to look me in the eyes and hold her stare when she was confronting me about my childish misdeeds. And, of course, she always knew her suspicions were correct. Eventually, I confessed and accepted my punishment. Mayor Davis’s misdeeds will eventually force him to fess up. Maybe not. However, I am pleased that the Augusta Press continues to provide the public with significant information.

  2. I voted for Hardie Davis and have been greatly disappointed in that decision. An elder/pastor should rule himself, his family, and have a good reputation in the community. He has failed in 2 of the 3, and has shown that he has serious character issues. I hope that we get to the bottom of not only what is going on in the mayor’s office, but all the other questionable and shady situations going on in the Augusta/Richmond County government. Everyone needs to be held accountable!

  3. Our mayor’s issues richly reflect the cultural posture of the “entitled class.” If you can get away with it, do it. If you get caught just keep denying it, blame political opponents and when all else fails, play the race card.

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