A late addition to Monday's meeting shows the Dunwoody City Council will discuss a big change: the firing of Brian Anderson, the city attorney.
The resolution, which would need to be approved at Monday's meeting, says "The Mayor and Council no longer have confidence in the abilities and judgement of the City Attorney."
Anderson is one of three members that serves at the discretion of the mayor and the city council, along with the City Clerk Sharon Lowery and City Manager Warren Hutmacher.
Anderson served in a part-time capacity when he started with the city, which then turned into a full-time position.
Anderson was not available Monday morning to answer questions on the resolution, which outlines that he either resign as city attorney or be terminated from the position.
The termination would be effective Monday, if the city's resolution is approved.
The action comes in the initiated by Mayor Mike Davis that was launched after someone in the city's inner circle leaked information in February about a city executive session.
The city hired attorney Bob Wilson, an independent investigator, to report on the incident. City Council members said recently that probe should wrap up in a month.
The Dunwoody Crier reported at the time that the talk centered around the sale of the 'PVC Farm' property the city purchased for $5 million.
The city is currently involved in planning for a redevelopment of the 16-acre property along with a 19-acre property on the 4500 block of Shallowford Road.
John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods, named as the city's partner, proposes to buy 13 acres across both properties to build 110 residential units.