Dunwoody (GA) disputes violating Open Meetings Act in DHA controversy

The city of Dunwoody is disputing the allegation it violated the state’s Open Meeting Act when it met in an executive session June 13 resulting in a directive that members of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association could no longer serve on city boards. Assistant City Attorney Lenny Felgin stated in a Sept. 14 letter to Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Colangelo that the city followed state law when it met behind closed doors June 13 because the matter discussed — litigation — is legally allowed to be discussed out of the public eye.    Read the article……………


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