Dunwoody Ethics Board to Meet Tuesday

The ethics board is scheduled Tuesday and could decide on ethics complaints against various council members.

Dunwoody's ethics board could meet Tuesday for the first time with city council members, all of whom face an ethics complaint.

Councilwoman Adrian Bonser was named as the source of a leak in a city investigation from a closed session about "Project Rennaissance," a redevelopment project in Georgetown.

The city released the report in February and all of the other council members named Bonser in a complaint that went to the ethics board about the breach of executive session.

Bonser then filed a counter complaint naming every other council member for participating in closed sessions about "Project Renaissance" that should have been open to the public. 

The ethics board prepared at their last meeting to hear from council members who wanted to make a case for dismissal. The current meeting was noticed on the city's website, but no agenda was available Monday afternoon.

The ethics board meets at 5:15 p.m Tuesday.

Rob September 17, 2012 at 10:38 PM
Barely three years old and our city has already had more ethics meetings (and expenses) than other North Atlanta towns have had in decades. What a shame Dunwoody is........
Kismet Glory September 18, 2012 at 04:52 PM
Grieg Ericsson September 18, 2012 at 11:22 PM
Y'all is crunk. Dunwoody sux.
Prissy Mae Millendorf, Brookhaven Socialite October 25, 2012 at 07:18 AM
And you Griegy E. are a waste!


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