Posts tagged with "Brookhaven Post"

Brookhaven tries to move forward after city attorney’s resignation

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt June 20, 2015

The fallout from Brookhaven’s handling of sexual harassment allegations against the city’s former mayor continues. A divided Brookhaven City Council on June 19 voted to hire an interim attorney following the resignation of city attorney Tom Kurrie. His resignation followed an explosive report that found Kurrie worked to hide allegations of sexual harassment against former […]

Report: Brookhaven officials worked to cover up sexual harassment claims against mayor

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt June 15, 2015

The Brookhaven Post has published a report that shows Brookhaven officials altered public records and gave out false information regarding a sexual harassment claim against Mayor J. Max Davis. A similar report in the Atlanta Journal Constitution also uncovered attempts by Brookhaven officials to deceive the public about the allegations. Previously, the city confirmed that […]

Former Brookhaven spokesperson: Photographer was a ‘political hire’

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 9, 2015

The Brookhaven Post has obtained a statement from the city’s former spokesperson about the events that led to the city firing her. Rosemary Taylor was let go, “after she exhibited conduct unbecoming of a city employee” at the Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival, City Manager Marie Garrett told Reporter Newspapers. According to WSB-TV, According to WSB-TV, Taylor allegedly […]

Brookhaven delays vote on Executive Park, CHOA

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt November 26, 2014

The Brookhaven Post reports that the City Council has held off on annexing property that is in a map for a proposed city of LaVista Hills. On Nov. 24, The Brookhaven City Council deferred a final vote on annexing Executive Park and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, citing a need for more due diligence. “We have […]

Brookhaven – City manager gets thousands in consulting fees

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 19, 2014

Brookhaven’s city manager received “tens of thousands” in consulting fees that weren’t approved by the city council, the Brookhaven Post reports. The Post, citing an op-ed written on by Mayor J. Max Davis, said that City Manager Marie Garrett received a $44,000 pay raise that wasn’t approved by the City Council. The Post did […]

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