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Sept. 27

September 27, 2011 --

Cobb EMC’s ex-CEO was paid millions Rome officer fired after man left paralyzed by Taser Alpharetta candidates say they’ll pony up for concert tix Cobb Co. chairman: Incentives best offered in secret Environmentalists: DeKalb not doing enough about grease in pipes Rep. Craig Gordon’s company settles state liens Judge throws out 3rd ethics charge against […]

Sept. 27

September 27, 2010 --

Columbus attorney arrested for giving prescription pills to friend

Sept. 27

September 27, 2009 --

State system to track students flawed Barton: Still sweet for Imperial’s sugar boss Damage exceeded flood map boundaries Pumped-up pensions squeeze ATL budget ATL Council member owes thousands in taxes Column: Kingston, revolving doors and money that flows two ways Wingfield: A Georgia professor’s fight for due process Wife’s action helps Facility Group stay afloat […]

Sembler donations went undisclosed until election was over

Sembler donations went undisclosed until election was over
June 25, 2009 --

By JIM WALLS June 25, 2009 — Eugene Walker failed to disclose nearly $20,000 in campaign donations from a developer seeking a multimillion-dollar tax break until after his Dec. 2 election to the DeKalb County school board. The donations – and Walker’s service on both the school board and the DeKalb Development Authority — have […]

Developer seeking tax break gave $45K to DeKalb political races

June 10, 2009 --

The developer asking DeKalb County for a controversial $52 million tax break dumped $45,800 into the 2008 political campaigns of the officials who may make the call. The buzz in DeKalb has centered on nearly $20,000 in donations by The Sembler Co., its executives and family members, to school board member Gene Walker. Walker, who […]