The Duwnoody City Council will meet Monday to discuss the hiring of a hearing officer that could preside in an ongoing city ethics hearing that - at this point - involves all of the City Council.
Councilwoman Adrian Bonser was 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.
A hearings office, which would need to be approved by the city council, could rule on evidence that will become a part of the ethics process if it moves forward through the Ethics Board.
The Ethics Board has said it will meet in September to decide the veracity of all of the complaints.
Meanwhile, Police Chief Billy Grogan will receive recognition for reaping an award for an innovative program that teaches Dunwoody teens to drive defensively.
In other business, Brent Walker, parks manager, will brief council on a $100,000 grant the city could reap for a trail for Brook Run Park. Building trails in the park is an ongoing effort.
Council meets at 7 p.m. in council chambers. A work session begins at 6 p.m.