Friday, June 15, 2012
Detailed invoices document the Dunwoody Ethics investigation as well as $50,000.00 in expenses.
After numerous news stories regarding the investigation into the breach of executive session, a resident asked me if the details of the billing would ever become public therefore I took the liberty of filing an open records request on the residents behalf. This afternoon the City Clerk fulfilled the request within the allotted time and sent three documents both to me and the resident via email. I have taken the liberty of combining all three documents into the one linked above.
The invoices provide names and dates which gives insight into the investigation and the preparation of what is now the final ethics report written by Wilson, Morton & Downs.
The Ethics Board has been given the complaint which references the Wilson report and soon Councilwoman Adrian Bonser will be able to officially give her rebuttal to the Wilson accusations.