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SnellvilleEE, there is likely a clause in the vendor contract relative to cancelations due to weather so I doubt anybody will file a lawsuit. The vendor's still have their goods to sell at next weeks festival whereever that might be.
That said, I'm not a Kelly Kautz fan at all but this was the right call and opening city hall for people to gather was also an appropriate gesture.
Yes it is. My husband and I have already signed up.
Professional help doesn't do a bit of good if she isn't willing to accept it.
Kevin, who do you think KK is fighting for, the citizens of Snellville or herself?
The citizens of Snellville won today. Now instead of a tyrant unilaterally making the decision to fire the city attorney, it will require the majority of council. Kautz still has a vote, she just doesn't have the ONLY vote.
Reason, I have no problem that he wants to do something that challenging. I think the issue is that he MUST make a choice if this is the only time he can take on this adventure. Either resign and take on the adventure OR remain in office, represent the people of Lilburn as he was elected to do and take on the hiking adventure at the end of his term.
Well, isn't that interesting. Lilburn Councilman Thomas Wight offered his resignation when he announced his sabbatical, the city didn't accept the resignation and now they want to make a stink about it. Whoa Nellie!
IMHO, it is not appropriate for Councilman Wight, who was duly elected by the citizens of Lilburn to decide halfway through his term to take a sabbatical for 6 months. That means the citizens who elected him will not be represented. That said, the Lilburn Mayor and Council should either accept his resignation or Councilman Wight should post phone his hike until after his term end. GRRR!!!Strong
QUOTE: "...and offered to resign from the council, although members declined the offer. But Mayor Johnny Crist says the councilman should step down and should not accept payment for the time he is out of office."
This YouTube link is of the first salvos fired at last night's meeting. Kautz wouldn't allow City Attorney Tony Powell to sit on the dais. Pay particular attention to the body language of the people in the video.
Special Called Meeting, Snellville, GA
by Brenda Lee
So if another firm shows up, will they get paid?
Kautz appears to be using the city cofers to fund her legal opinions, which seem to be contrary to most of her peers.
A city budget proposed by successful business owners or the TAXING one proposed by Mayor Kautz who has her own financial management issues. That's a no brainer. Go Council!
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