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May 26

May 26, 2011 --

Why Rob Woodall has federal health care: ‘Because it’s free’ University execs retire, still get paid Large landowners paying lower taxes — legally Ex-Gwinnett Co. atty to collect $200K in severance, vaca pay Ex-U.S. attorney to review handling of suit on Eagle bar raid Bat-wielding legislative candidate defends actions in assault case Gary Black and […]

March 16

March 16, 2011 --

DEA seizes Ga.’s supply of execution drug Beazer directors sued over compensation Deal signs law reversing ruling on who’s a lobbyist Clayton Co. DA: Commissioners broke law 30,000 water bill complaints filed with ATL Bibb pays ex-magistrate $50K to settle whistleblower claim Lilburn police chief resigns, collects severance, after complaints Coca-Cola shareholders to have ‘say on […]

Sept. 22

September 22, 2010 --

3rd sexual coercion suit filed against Bishop Eddie Long Plan would allow some Ga. colleges to ban illegal immigrants Medical College name change costs state $2.9M Saxby Chambliss says gay slur originated with his office DeKalb commission stemed over severance APD lieutenant fired for golfing on the job Savannah ordered to pay $17M for parking […]

Aug. 25

August 25, 2010 --

Columbus mayor vows to rebuild Parks & Rec after officials arrested DeKalb official ‘resigned’ with $45K severance Calhoun farmer and congressman’s aide lock horns Confidential files found in City Hall East sale items Councilman challenges new ATL code compliance director Fired Macon State College worker ‘considering options’ after ruling Some good may come from Cherokee Co. […]

Fired Grady CEO settles suit for ‘less than a year’s pay’

Fired Grady CEO settles suit for 'less than a year's pay'
July 6, 2009 --

Former Grady Memorial Hospital CEO Otis Story has settled a lawsuit over his 2008 firing. Story will receive “less than a year’s pay,” as well as a bonus and moving expenses that were included in his employment contract but never paid, Grady general counsel Timothy Jefferson said. No total was disclosed, but “it won’t be an earth-shattering amount,” Jefferson said.

DeKalb may still owe fired police chief thousands of $$$$

DeKalb may still owe fired police chief thousands of $$$$
April 26, 2009 --

DeKalb County may still owe fired Police Chief Terrell Bolton (right) several thousand dollars, even if his dismissal is upheld at a civil service hearing. The county’s new CEO, Burrell Ellis, fired Bolton in February for comp time abuses and other infractions. Bolton took about $35,000 in unauthorized comp time in late 2007 and 2008, […]