Posts tagged with "Nancy Jester"

DeKalb CEO Lee May cancels Thursday talk, but meeting will still go on

Posted by Dena Mellick October 8, 2015

DeKalb County’s Interim CEO Lee May has canceled his appearance at a meeting Thursday night in Decatur. But the show will still go on. DeKalb Commissioner Nancy Jester said she will host the meeting from 6:30 until 8 p.m. at the Maloof Auditorium, and she criticized May for canceling the same day. On Facebook, Jester […]

Questions linger over county water main failure

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 27, 2015

As DeKalb County awaits the results of a tests that could end a boil water advisory, many residents are still dealing with the headaches the advisory has caused. The advisory stems from a water main break that occurred five days ago. County commissioners are asking questions about how the county’s leadership let things get so […]

Report: New DeKalb School Board member won’t submit to background check

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt January 5, 2015

This story has been updated.¬† A newly-elected DeKalb County School Board member has declined to submit to a background check, saying it would be a conflict of interest, according to WSB-TV. The TV station reports that Stan Jester¬†is insisting that the fingerprinting and background check must be performed by the DeKalb County Police Department, not […]

Citizen Holmes: 86-year-old newcomer makes runoff

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt November 20, 2014

Holmes Pyles, 86, didn’t raise any money and barely campaigned for the vacant District 1 County Commission seat. But on Nov. 4, Pyles, an independent, received the most votes, pulling in 26 percent of the electorate and forcing a runoff with former DeKalb County School Board member Nancy Jester. The runoff election will be held […]

May 20 primary election results

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt May 20, 2014

The polls closed at 7 pm. Here are the election results for the May 20 primary election in Georgia. This post will be updated throughout the evening. All results should be considered tentative until certified. Blank spaces indicate pending results. In order to win outright, a candidate has to receive more than 50 percent of […]

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