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The Augusta Press sues over Open Records Act requests

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The Augusta Press has filed two lawsuits seeking a judge’s order to obtain financial documentation that Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. contends are not subject to disclosure under the state’s Open Records Act.

The first of the Richmond County Superior Court civil lawsuits, both filed on Wednesda...

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7 COMMENTS

  1. As corrupt as any politician that Augusta has ever had..he should be investigated by the GBI for all this crap. Be smart Augusta. This is exactly what you’ll get with Kendrick too. He’s already shown you his hand!

  2. If it was reported that King Hardie was selling drugs stolen from the RCSO evidence locker or was running a telephone lottery scam, I would not be surprised or doubtful. It is more apparent why he did not want a county logo on his Tahoe. If the GBI does not get him, God will.

  3. When is Davis going to be held accountable for stealing taxpayers’ money? How much more evidence do they need? I am very interested in knowing if any of these accounts were used to make a campaign contribution to Rafael Warnock. Augusta Press keep on pressing.

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