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Mayor Davis’ Resume Produced After Three Open Records Requests Filed

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After three formal requests filed under the Open Records Act to obtain a copy of the mayor’s resume, Mayor Hardie Davis responded with a copy of the actual document. 

According to Petula Burks, the mayor’s chief of staff, the only change to the mayor’s resume was the addition of his doctora...

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  1. First, if that is the resume for which King Hardie paid $500 of taxpayer money, he and we got fleeced. Second, as a project manager who interviewed and hired project staff, a professionally written resume indicated: 1) the applicant lacked composition and organizational skills and was too unmotivated to learn how to write an effective resume, or 2) the applicant was too busy or lazy to write his/her own resume. Third, if you received an undergraduate degree, a masters, and a doctorate and did not learn how to write a resume along the way, you should request a tuition refund.

  2. Lots of grammatical errors. The first one being on the second line. There should not be a comma after development. I could keep going but I’m not. Yes, he got ripped off. Or I actually I should say we did.

  3. Isn’t his doctorate honorary? Also, there are no dates on this resume and there is no consistency in wording, some things are present tense and others are past tense. I would also love to know what he did to secure the Cyber Center since the Governor chose Augusta and worked with Augusta University. The city paid for the parking deck.

  4. Not be contrary, but the editor must have failed to read this: “Neither Burks nor Davis provided no explanation as to why the resume document that was in their possession was not provided when the first and second open records request was filed other than the statement that they were in compliance by referencing his biography on the city website was sufficient.” ?????

  5. Yes, it’s a horrible resume and they obviously were dragging their feet while they wrote this thing, but what about the pink elephant in the room? Why in the &^%7 is the city paying for his resume anyway?? It would be like me charging my current employer to pay for a resume so I can find another job. I am assuming the $500.00 went to buy a resume for one of his cronies. Isn’t his wife considering running for Mayor now? If her resume is good, I think we have an answer. Hey reporters, call the resume company and asked if they created that document. It’s so poorly written, I’m sure they will distance themselves. It’s not like attorney/client or patient/doctor privilege. They will tell you.

  6. It’s amazing to me to read this resume that obviously was written by Hardee because it is so full of you know what!To read it you would think Hardee is the greatest thing since apple pie!He has a very high opinion of himself actually way higher than what the rest of us think.He is done politically after his stent as mayor.He is one of the most self serving individuals and he is as arrogant a person that I have ever seen.It’s all about him period!There needs to be a real forensic audit of all of his wasteful spending and we would all like to see where they will lead to.The greatest resume in the world would not help him at all!

  7. There’s no way this cost us $500.00. I would like to see what was really paid for. How dumb do they think we are? Also why are WE paying for this? I sure hope this with Sammie will open the door to more crooks having to answer to the higher powers because they sure haven’t answered to the taxpayers.

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