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IRS: Camilla mayor owes nearly $3 million

IRS said Camilla Mayor Rufus Davis owes nearly $3 million in back taxes and fines. IRS said Camilla Mayor Rufus Davis owes nearly $3 million in back taxes and fines.
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CAMILLA, GA (WALB) -

The mayor of Camilla owes the IRS almost $3 million. 

The city of Camilla received a levy notice from the IRS last week, addressed to Mayor Rufus Davis.

The levy covers tax periods from 2006 to 2009 and says Davis owes about $2.98 million in back taxes and fines.

Davis was sworn into office in January.

Since then he has clashed with some city leaders.

Just this week, the city council denied his request for his own keys to city hall, something no other Camilla mayor has had.

We were unable to reach Mayor Davis for comment.

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