Dunwoody City Council Approves Hearings Officer
The council voted to approve the position during its meeting on Monday night.
The Dunwoody city council has approved the appointment of a hearings officer, a position that has stemmed from an ongoing ethics complaint against another city councilperson.
The Neighbor Newspapers is reporting that the council approved the position during its meeting on Monday night.
Councilwoman Adrian Bonser has been the focal point of ethics charge when a spring investigative report named her as a leaker of confidential city information.
Since then, she has filed counter complaints naming all other members of the city council for meeting in an unauthorized closed session.
Now that the position has been approved, the hearings officer will rule on evidence that will become a part of the ethics process if it moves forward through the ethics board.