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Oct. 30

October 30, 2011 --

Push for broader (and riskier) public pension investment policies Opinion: Shorter’s shrunken head Morrow city official ruffled feathers at times  

Supreme Court runner-up still has $40K to explain

Supreme Court runner-up still has $40K to explain
December 1, 2010 --

Lawrenceville attorney Tammy Lynn Adkins got 735,000 votes Nov. 2 for a seat on the Georgia Supreme Court without spending a nickel. But she still hasn’t explained what she did with nearly $40,000 from her previous political campaign. Adkins will have to explain it to the State Ethics Commission, in response to an ethics complaint filed a couple weeks ago.

Oct. 30

October 30, 2010 --

Ethics complaint alleges Cagle affair Tax dollars wasted on empty airline flights Governor’s road realigned Nov. 23 hearing set for ATL school board suit APS standoff: Mayor says ‘enough’ on power struggle

Oct. 30

October 30, 2009 --

Family of woman killed in APD raid seeks sanctions Corps’ summer dredging killed sea turtles Georgia is an easy grader, according to national review GBI report on shooting of Lavonia pastor to remain confidential Election shenanigans afoot in Lithonia council race Discrimination claims investigated in Barrow Technical college makes mistake on stimulus jobs

Latest tab for Dunaire bullying investigation: $389,161

Latest tab for Dunaire bullying investigation: $389,161
September 4, 2009 --

DeKalb County schools have paid attorney Thelma Wyatt Cummings Moore $389,161 to investigate bullying at Dunaire Elementary School. The latest summary of payments, released today, shows the school district paid Moore:

May 12, 2009 — $ 3,423
June 5, 2009 — $166,955
July 13, 2009 — $128,628
Aug. 18, 2009 — $ 90,155

Total — $389,161

DeKalb spends $170K on bullying probe; written reports remain private

DeKalb spends $170K on bullying probe; written reports remain private
June 29, 2009 --

The DeKalb County school system has paid a retired judge $170,000 — and apparently plans to spend even more — to investigate bullying that’s said to have led to the suicide of a fifth-grader at Dunaire Elementary. But, whatever the school district may learn, its attorneys say the written findings are not subject to public […]