Brookhaven to participate in mediation with suspended city manager
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Perimeter College finalizes merger with Georgia State University: five things to know
by Brent Barron
January 14, 2016 01:44 PM | 0 0 comments | 46 46 recommendations | email to a friend
A merger between Georgia State University and Georgia Perimeter College was finalized at the beginning of January after more than a year-long consolidation process, making it the largest school in the state. Now being called Perimeter College, a college of Georgia State University, the merger was intended to improve student success according to Perimeter College’s new provost and dean, Peter Lyons. The college has been a presence in DeKalb since 1964, with five current campuses in D...
DeKalb’s new Board of Ethics: Meet Scott Bonder
As part of an ethics referendum that passed last November, a new seven-member ethics board was appointed by separate DeKalb County organizations and individuals. The DeKalb Neighbor will be introdu...
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Lobbyist to Fulton County: keep eye on train, health, new city bills
Former state representative Ed Lindsey returned to the Capitol this year as an employee of the Thompson Victory Group lobbying firm. He has been hired to represent Fulton County’s interests to the ...
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Teacher Pay
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Should Georgia's teachers make more money?