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Interim CEO To Hold Community Meetings

ONE Dekalb:

Interim CEO To Hold Community Meetings
DeKalb County Interim CEO Lee May will hold a series of community meetings throughout the county. Titled Up Close and Personal, these meetings are an opportunity for residents to discuss issues important to them with Interim CEO May, including the county budget, government operations, and other topics of community concern.
 

BOC Agenda for October 13th & Other Events

Commissioner Rader:

BOC Meeting October 13th 9:00 a.m.

Manuel Maloof Auditorium
1300 Commerce Drive
Decatur, GA  30030
To view the agenda, click here
* The next BOC Meeting is October 27th.

Commissioner Kathie Gannon's Response to Special Investigation

Dear Friends,

The Bowers Report was released this week and there are many conversations that will need to continue.  First, I need to converse with you as a listing of some of my expenses has been included.  This will also be sent to Mr. Bowers, the GBI, FBI, Attorney General and Governor.   [FULL RESPONSE]

Commissioner Rader’s Response to the Report of the DeKalb Special Investigator

Commissioner Rader’s Response to the Report of the DeKalb Special Investigator
In April of this year, Interim CEO Lee May took unilateral action under questionable authority to hire Mike Bowers, without a contract or budget, to serve as “Special Investigator” for DeKalb.  Insofar as the County Attorney supported his authority to take this action, and given swirling scandals, I, with you awaited the results of Bowers’ investigation.   [FULL RESPONSE]

 

Senate Study Committee on Annexation, De-annexation & Incorporation

From the Office of Sen. Elena Parent:

Hello friends,

This is just to let you know that we have scheduled our last two meetings for the Senate Study Committee on Annexation, De-annexation & Incorporation. The third meeting will be held on October 21st from 2-5 PM in Room 450 of the Capitol, and the fourth/final meeting will be held on November 3rd from 9 AM-12 PM in Room 450 of the Capitol.

More details will be sent in the next week or so as we finalize the agenda for both.

You can also find the committee documents that have been posted online [HERE] and the notes here:[HERE]
 

BOC Summary from September 22nd & Other Events

Commissioner Rader:

Summary from Sept. 22

DeKalb County finances now open for public review via online platform

The Chamblee Post:

DeKalb County finances now open for public review via online platform

 

DeKalb County, GA, September 12, 2015– The Post Reports – DeKalb County Interim CEO Lee May announced Wednesday the County has begun use of a financial analysis platform called OpenGovthat opens up the County financials for public review.

[FULL ARTICLE]

BOC Summary from September 8th & Other News/Events

Summary:

http://www.commissionerrader.com/boc-business-past-agenda-summary.html

News / Events:

Only One Week Remains:  DeKalb Solicits Residents to Serve on Audit Oversight Committee!
The deadline to apply for DeKalb County’s Audit Oversight Committee (AOC) is only a week away.

In the interest of fostering accountability at all levels of the organization, DeKalb County Government is creating the AOC as authorized by the Georgia General Assembly in House Bill 599 (signed into law May 12, 2015).  This committee will function independently in conducting performance and financial-related audits for all departments, offices, agencies, and programs of the County.  The objective is to ensure County programs are effectively achieving the purpose for which they were authorized and funded.  

How to apply: County residents interested in volunteering to serve on the 5-member AOC are invited to submit their resume to executiverecruiting@dekalbcountyga.gov

BOC Summary from August 25th & Other News

Commissioner Rader:

BOC Summary:

http://www.commissionerrader.com/boc-business-past-agenda-summary.html

 

DeKalb Solicits County Residents to Serve on Audit Oversight Committee
DECATUR, Ga. – In the interest of fostering accountability at all levels of the organization, DeKalb County Government is creating an Audit Oversight Committee (AOC) as authorized by the Georgia General Assembly in House Bill 599 (signed into law May 12, 2015).  This committee will function independently in conducting performance and financial-related audits for all departments, offices, agencies, and programs of the County.  The objective is to ensure County programs are effectively achieving the purpose for which they were authorized and funded.
 

Dekalb Emergency Mgt. Agency Survey

The DeKalb Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) is re-visiting its five-year All Hazards Mitigation Plan.

Input from citizens is welcomed, as it ensures an accurate depiction of potential dangers faced by residents countywide and how DeKalb can proactively address these issues.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DeKalbHMP_public

 

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