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Salary du jour: Red & Black publisher Harry Montevideo, $189,545

Salary du jour: Red & Black publisher Harry Montevideo, $189,545
August 17, 2012 --

Aug. 17, 2012 — If there’s a better way to piss off students and journalists than letting a condescending adman tell students how to run their newspaper, I can’t imagine what it would be. That, I would guess, is why UGA’s Harry Montevideo makes the big bucks. Montevideo — publisher of the Red & Black, whose key editorial staffers walked out this week — collected nearly $190,000 in salary a year ago from the non-profit that runs the student paper, tax records show.

Nov. 17

November 17, 2011 --

Sunday sales and the power of lobbyists Counties & state among GA’s biggest polluters ATL airport bid controversy Governor names Marietta attorney to ethics commission Glynn Co. drug court opens without its founding judge Low pH, possible kaolin mine runoff cited in October fish kill Gwinnett approves new ethics rules

Oct. 5

October 5, 2011 --

Report: Farm labor shortages may cost Ga. economy $391M The scary side of day care Lawsuit claims banks cheated veterans with fees Forsyth Co. commissioner sought attorney general’s e-mails APS officials want erasure analysis thrown out Lawmakers call for 3rd-party inspection to protect Ogeechee Lawsuit: Columbus city manager covered up arks & Rec scandal

Sept. 13

September 13, 2011 --

Cobb County legislative candidate battles tax debt King & Spalding settles $200M malpractice suit

Aug. 21

August 21, 2011 --

Columbus judge directed millions to Mercer & Morehouse, gained recognition State health officials can’t track hospital-related infections State continues to pay retired judges to do work of sitting judges Failed motel could cost taxpayers $100K Karma and the drawing of Georgia’s political boundaries

Aug. 11

August 11, 2011 --

Graves & Rogers’ attorney blames bank for loaning them $$$ Fulton DA denies having conflict in APS cheating case Federal regulator rejects request for Cobb EMC probe

July 24

July 24, 2011 --

Video of a lethal injection raises questions about privacy of executions Athens creek’s future remains murky year after massive chemical spill Taxes fall, fares don’t, for Delta & other airlines Ga. Power says it can’t meet EPA deadline

July 1

July 1, 2011 --

UGA Athletic Association drops scholarship to give Adams a raise Sentencing Commission sets retroactive crack guidelines As athletics rakes in money, UGA students still pay 8 arrested in alleged drug scandal at Fulton Co. jail APS cheating report goes to governor Ralston failed to disclose property, will amend records Bob Barr: Ethics & Ga. politics […]

June 26

June 26, 2011 --

Honored doc faces accusers over role in executions City workers knew all about corruption at Columbus Parks & Rec Cherokee Co. schools charge $324K for public info request

June 16

June 16, 2011 --

Beazer’s fired CEO gets multimillion $$$ payday ATL mayor vetoes cut in # of municipal court judges AHA board slashes Alisias contract, chastises CEO East Point bus co. still rolling despite safety sanctions Drivers upset police ticketing outside city limits Do Ga. schools discipline minority & poor kids more harshly? Textile plant sued over fish […]

April 28

April 28, 2011 --

Ex-partners say King & Spalding’s usual vetting process is thorough Federal complaint filed over Gwinnett school redistricting Senators ask AG to investigate APS for open meeting violation Cases stalled as 3 APS ethics panel members resign Advisory panel hears calls to open up election system E. Point mayor criticizes pay raises

April 24

April 24, 2011 --

FTC seeks to block Albany hospital merger Lobbyists spent close to $1M during 2011 legislative session King & Spalding gags employees over Defense of Marriage Act