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Mayor’s office responds to questions about secretive trip to Qatar

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The Mayor’s Office has provided an eight-page document that details Mayor Hardie Davis Jr.’s recent trip to Qatar. 

The document is in response to to multiple requests for information about the Davis’s trip to Qatar earlier in December.

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  1. Bovine excrement…Qatar and Augusta have nothing in common. Hardee is lining himself up for a Washington appointment at the Augusta taxpayers leisure..what a waste..get rid of the mayor position and add another commissioner..it would be way cheaper..

  2. Hardie is not a “world leader” except in his own mind. Who paid for this trip is important….IF the city did not, I don’t see him ponying up fare to Qatar. Why were these particular mayors chosen out of the thousands in the US?

  3. The “mayor” is a constant absentee landlord with a big unnecessary spend thrift staff, that has achieved next to nothing for Augusta citizens. Like many U.S. cities, the voters got a traveler with a big appetite and expensive tastes. “Out of touch” is a good description for the close mouthed, when asked tough questions, mayor. He did not know where Quatar was until he wheedled an invite to this useless junket.

  4. I assume the mayor has a calendar available to the public which details his daily activities. What did he have on his calendar for this time period? Was it “personal” time? If it shows work related activities what did it show? It appears nobody on the public side knew anything about this trip until it was over? He didn’t plan this on his own so some of his minions must have known about this but not the people who elected him. This guy has no conscience and no morals.

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