Nearby Sandy Springs in Dunwoody, City Councilwoman Adrian Bonser and City Attorney Brian Anderson were responsible for leaking information from a city executive session in February, according to the report from an independent investigation of the incident.
The report, released Monday, was the product of a months-long investigation by Bob Wilson, former DeKalb District Attorney, at the behest of Mayor Mike Davis.
The report says that the city met in a specially called executive session Feb. 3 to talk about the redevelopment proposal in Georgetown that the city is currently working on with John Wieland Homes.
Information from the session appeared in the Dunwoody Crier. Anderson spoke to Dick Williams, the newspaper's publisher, the report concludes.
The report says Bonser talked to an intermediary who then talked to city observer Bob Lundsten, who has a popular blog that posted information that was only talked about inside the executive session.
Davis drew up a resolution to fire Anderson last week. The vote was deferred by a majority of the council. Its next regular meeting is next Monday.
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