Grade Change Controversy at DeKalb High School Fulton Sheriff’s Office Double Dipping Parole Board Raises
OSHA won’t investigate parking deck collapse
Glenn Richardson’s been eating well. He’s writing big checks so special-needs kids can ride horses. And he’s paying a former aide’s political consulting firm that’s tangled up in a state ethics investigation. Check out the speaker’s donors and take a closer look at how he spends his campaign money.
MARTA board member gets probation for sex charge
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.
Top executive of the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America; 2007 salary & benefits.
Everyone wants to be your friend when you’re chairman of the Senate Rules Committee. Just ask Don Balfour. The Snellville Republican’s campaign fund has collected nearly $85,000 since Jan. 1, for a total of $683,000 since January 2006. No one’s even run against him in that period. The Rules Committee places bills on the Legislature’s calendar, unless it chooses not to — which means the Senate will never, ever vote on your bill. That’s why Don has so many friends.