Factory farms rarely cited for polluting Regulators sue insiders at failed Alpharetta bank Plaintiffs’ group aims to oust all Cobb EMC directors
DeKalb schools hire law firm for ex-superintendent Cobb EMC sues plaintiffs it settled with in 2008 GA ranked 8th for CO2 output Taxpayer advocate won’t fight Milton County any more
Two whistleblowers are preparing to sue Fulton County Manager Zachary Williams, claiming he eliminated their jobs because they reported waste and fraud in county government. The potential plaintiffs told Williams that more than $150,000 in county funds — disguised as payments for homeless shelter supplies — had bought lavish linens, Chiavari wedding chairs and other supplies for an employee’s private event-planning business, their attorney said.
No jail time for ex-judge Blitch Wrongful death suit filed against Clayton sheriff Concern grows for Grady dialysis patients Vaccine cases spark interest — and an unusual move by plaintiffs Natural gas fight coming to head between cities, AGL
Marilyn Boyd Drew appealed her July 20 firing as DeKalb County’s parks and recreation director, but she won’t get a hearing like the county’s police chief did. Records show the county rejected Drew’s appeal on the grounds that her job was exempt from the Merit System’s protection. She was once mistakenly classified as a merit employee, but not anymore.
Former DeKalb County parks director Becky Kelley presented “shocking evidence” of an overt pattern of racial bias by then-CEO Vernon Jones and others, a federal appellate court ruled Friday. Four current and former parks employees thus will get their day in court, or increased leverage to settle their claims out of court.
Monday’s firing of the DeKalb County recreation director, ostensibly for messing up entries for a state swim meet, actually may have been seven years in the making. Marilyn Boyd Drew was dismissed after her department missed several opportunities to enroll 67 kids in a statewide swimming competition to be held this weekend. But Drew has been accused of job discrimination, based on reverse racial bias, almost as long as she’s been running the department.