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William D. Novelli, who resigned as CEO in March 2009, was just one of 18 AARP executives who were paid more than $300,000 in 2008. Tax records show Novelli’s total compensation topped $1 million that year with the inclusion of $207,000 in deferred pay. Novelli’s pay package was a recent topic debate on Capitol Hill, where some congressmen complained that AARP executives would benefit personally from proposed health care reforms.
Robert Proctor, who resigned a week ago from the State Ethics Commission, is being sued for allegedly defaulting on his law firm’s office lease and fraudulently transferring its assets to a new firm. The complaint seeks damages under the Georgia Fraudulent Transfer Act.
Metro property owners were overcharged ATL woman, 61, arrested for asking ‘Why?’ Amid police probe, Marietta judge continued to hold court FBI interviews SCLC officials in Georgia Bibb school officals face another ethics probe Augusta chemical plant to pay $171K more in emissi0ns fees