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Sept. 8

September 8, 2011 --

DOT commissioner resigns under pressure Immigration enforcement panel attracts controversy Attorney general, trial lawyers clash over open records reform Beverly Hall defends actions Angel Food Ministries suspends food deliveries Augusta’s Procurement Department could be privatized

Demoted DOT treasurer Mahfuz announces retirement

April 1, 2010 --

Earl Mahfuz, the Georgia DOT’s top numbers guy until state investigators found evidence of financial shenanigans, has retired effective today. Mahfuz has been at the center of an accounting controversy in which DOT employed practices described by Gov. Sonny Perdue as “Enron accounting.”