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.
Clayton Co. school board dismisses porn charges against member Recorded evidence against indicted ex-sheriff released Cobb board member denies charter school conflict Former environmental head joins firm that lobbies for reservoirs Georgia lawmakers call for 3rd-party water testing on Ogeechee
Lawyers: Brunswick judge Williams presided through fear Grand jury calls for investigation into DeKalb school board Gingrich divorce records pose question for Carroll County court clerk Lobbying: Where right and rules can clash Feds scrutinize Georgia’s early Race to the Top work Outgoing DNR board member criticizes Deal
Child-care regulators slow to collect fines Gingrich lobbied, didn’t register, on 2004 trip to Georgia Reservoir to aid DNR board member
Valdosta mayor pleads guilty to felony New ethics commission chief named Lilburn settles religious discrimination case with feds Eddie Long mum on latest allegations APS turns over documents to grand jury Chattahoochee Hills sued over unlawful arrest, 100 days in jail St. Marys ethics board member resigns under fire
APS board member wants Hall to return bonuses FDIC sues insiders at failed Duluth bank
Broadcast prompts threats and calls for judge’s ouster Bill would scrap Ga. Public Defender Council 22,000 face losing unemployment benefits Lawsuit targets police documentation of seized funds Senate banking chair responds to FDIC’s suit Ethics panel declines to sanction APS board member
Feds: Money manager bought beach house with client funds Senate bill tackles sales of tax liens Senate bill would halt contingency-fee forfeiture prosecutions Why did governor purge state Board of Education? Cobb official out amid workplace complaints Sandy Springs prostitution busts questioned Jury awards MARTA lt. $700K APS ethics panel finds evidence against board member
Another APS official disparages cheating probe Newsletters show culture of offensive behavior at UGA vet school GA Conservancy’s stance on Savannah harbor riles other enviros Lobbyists supply special-interest feast for legislators Reform advocates push for stronger ethics laws Ga. congressman sics feds on Google APS ethics panel to hold hearing on board member Water shut off 2 […]
The founder of the PATH Foundation may continue to serve on the board of the DeKalb County Development Authority, the county’s Board of Ethics ruled tonight. DeKalb has paid PATH $8 million since 2004 to manage construction of biking and hiking trails in the county. Neighborhood activists complained that PATH’s executive director, Ed McBrayer, had a conflict of interest because he also serves on the authority’s board.
City’s legal fees top $3M for ATL airport contract suit Controversy over gift to DeKalb housing board member Cobb public safety director resigns over disputed military record Woodruff Arts Center denies gender discrimination claim 4 ATL watershed workers fired over procurement violations Hice campaign comments on radio may violate IRS rules Ex-volunteer fire chief accused of […]
Unchecked staffer let funds flow on for mountain spa Critics blast Perdue for overseas trips, aides defend DeKalb board member’s business caters to schools Review: Warner Robins hiring practices inconsistent Fulton judge sets July 8 hearing on Oxendine ethics case Suspended Albany assistant city attorney alleges retaliation Police: Warner Robins councilman lied about stolen cellphone