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Ethics panel changes course, wants its own lawyer after all

October 11, 2011 --

The State Campaign Finance Commission has changed its mind and wants to hire a staff attorney after all, four months after firing its last one. The difference is, this one won’t make more than $55,000 a year and won’t be named Sherilyn Streicker, whose job was eliminated by the commission in June.

March 18

March 18, 2011 --

Commissioners question DeKalb top cop’s days out of office FTC upholds subpoenas filed against Albany hospital merger House passes bill allowing landfills to accept yard waste

2 DeKalb housing officials face ethics probe over donations

2 DeKalb housing officials face ethics probe over donations
September 16, 2010 --

Two DeKalb County housing officials face an ethics inquiry into their requests for charitable and political donations from a developer doing business with their agency. An Oct. 19 hearing is scheduled for Dorothy Williams and former state Rep. George Maddox, both members of the DeKalb County Housing Authority’s board, who asked developer Dave Dixon to give to various causes. Dixon said he or his business gave them each $2,500 for a total of $5,000.