Interim CEO Lee May Appoints Special Investigators to Help Restore the Publicís Trust
DeKalb Interim CEO Lee May signed an executive order which provides for the installation of two special investigators to review government operations and make recommendations to appropriate authorities, based upon their findings.
DeKalb County Board of Commissioners Approves Cost-Saving Sanitation Service Change (One-day-a-week collection change includes no rate increase)
The DeKalb County Board of Commissioners adopted DeKalb County Interim CEO Lee Mayís recommended cost-saving sanitation initiative. The vote was held during a regular session of the Board of Commissioners ...
DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management Launches Consent Decree Website (Site includes communication tools designed to educate, inform public)
The DeKalb County Department of Watershed Managementís (DWM) Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Division announced the official launch of its new Consent Decree Program website. The new site features ...
DeKalb Honors Late Civil Rights Leader and Former County Commissioner Hosea Williams
DeKalb County honored civil rights leader, philanthropist, former DeKalb County Commissioner and resident, the late Hosea Williams, with a special proclamation on March 10, 2015.
ICEO Lee May Promotes DeKalb in Washington, D.C. (Transportation and economic development are top priorities)
DeKalb Interim CEO Lee May is traveling to Washington, D.C. to meet with Georgia delegates in Congress. ICEO May will push for additional grant funding and promote economic development issues in DeKalb County on Feb. 19 and 20, 2015.
Board Selects Gilley as President of the Development Authority (Twenty-Five Year Economic Development Veteran and Former Florida Governor Appointed Workforce Development Chair Joins the Development Authority of DeKalb County)
The Development Authority of DeKalb County (DADC) is pleased to announce Ray Gilley as President. Gilley served as president of the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission for nearly 10 years.
K-9 Memorial Fundraising at Halfway Mark (Campaign to assist in statue construction)
The fundraising campaign to help raise money for the design and installation of a K-9 memorial statue has reached its halfway mark. $10,000.00 is estimated for the project and $5,510.00 has been donated so far.