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2014 General Elections to include Johns Creek Post 6 at no cost to taxpayers
by Staff
October 09, 2013 03:44 PM | 1883 views | 2 2 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Johns Creek City Attorney Bill Riley announced at the Oct. 8 City Council Work Session that the election to fill Post 6, left vacant when former City Council Member Bev Miller resigned to run for Mayor in the Nov. 5 municipal elections, will be held in conjunction with next spring’s General Elections.

“Soon after the state legislature convenes this coming January,” Riley said, “the legislators will select a date for the General Elections, and we will then have our election to fill this seat occur at the same time.”

Riley reiterated that this process will allow the vacant Post 6 seat to be filled without the city incurring an estimated $200,000 expenditure, as previously reported.

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terrirer
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October 10, 2013
So now all the people that were crying foul can hang their heads in shame. No cost to taxpayers. I like that.
anonymous
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October 10, 2013
Wonderful. Shows everyone that we, indeed, have a competent city council. Way to go.

Now, if we can only get Bodker to stop wasting taxpayer's money by his delaying to provide information to the council so that they can complete their investigation.
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