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Commissioners Respond to Interim CEO’s Criticism
In finally resigning his Commission Seat after 23 months as
Interim Chief Executive, Lee May has made much of the resistance of “three
Commissioners” of the BOC to his efforts to install a hand-picked successor to
represent District Five. As the “three
Commissioners” he referred to, we think the public might benefit from a broader
perspective on the issue.
Legislation to Reform DeKalb Passes General AssemblyBlueprint-supported Legislation which recently passed the Georgia General Assembly. HB 597, HB 598, HB 599
View the latest updates on the Blueprint to Redefine DeKalb on their website: www.BlueprintDeKalb.org
Statement on the Ethics BoardAt the DeKalb County Board of Ethics meeting on Tuesday, March 3, after hearing preliminary investigations, the Board unanimously dismissed the ethics complaint against Commissioner Kathie Gannon.
Commissioner Gannon released the following statement:
"I passionately believe in the role of an Ethics Board in government AND the right of persons to bring matters to its attention.
However, when a person with access to government records-- without an Open Records Request-- uses that information to create a fraudulent complaint, I think it is criminal. It is distrespectful to the entire notion of ethics. It diminishes the legitimate authority of the Board of Ethics and undermines the ability of citizens to use the forum."