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MILTON, Ga. — A Milton group is questioning how legislation expanding a City Council district in 2015 to include a sitting council member’s residence passed the Georgia Legislature without … more
We live in a blessed and affluent community. But not too far below the surface, there is an invisible population of people struggling with homelessness. Whether we choose to avert our eyes, or these … more
While Georgia’s Open Meetings Act ensures citizens a front-row seat to decisions that affect their lives, some practices have cast doubt on government’s commitment to transparency. Technology … more
Fulton County and Fulton County Schools sat out on a case that could have cost them a combined $1.5 million in tax collections. Representatives for the county and school district chose not to … more
Once the Editor in Chief of the largest daily circulation newspaper in Turkey, Abdülhamit Bilici now lives in exile in the United States, searching for a job, and doing what he can to bring the … more
Forsyth County is setting the bar high for transparency. The public has numerous ways to reach elected officials from traditional methods like email and telephone, but also through the recently … more
The City of Cumming has made strides in the past few years on becoming more transparent. The city’s website has new sections that highlight city news, such as articles and photo galleries from … more
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. – These days, most city residents don’t ask, they demand transparency in their government. In Johns Creek, the City Council and staff have taken the professional approach to try … more
Open meetings laws are designed to provide citizens access to decisions that affect their lives. Whether it’s a new park, road improvements or how much you pay in property taxes, the law … more
Though Georgia’s Sunshine Laws are designed to provide for a more transparent government, often city and county governments will stonewall open records requests for information they would rather … more
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