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Saturday, March 22, 2014

The DeKalb Executive Order

Lee May Issues an Executive Order for the Creation of a Task Force on DeKalb County Operations

Having lucked out and gotten their one-year moratorium by default, not merit, DeKalb County Interim Chief Executive Officer Lee May has issued an Executive Order with the purported purpose of examining DeKalb County government, county services and incorporation.

The Executive Order can be seen, after the break.

1 comment:

  1. FYI: both Doraville bills passed. Avondale Estates got hung up in the senate. Clarkston passed and was amended to include Brockett and East Ponce.