Chairman Lee expects complaint to be dropped
by MDJ staff
04:00 AM, Tuesday, October 21
County Chairman Tim Lee said Monday he anticipates an ethics complaint filed against him will be dropped by the Cobb Board of Ethics when it meets tonight. Lee said he believes the complaint, filed by west Cobb resident Tom Cheek, will be dismisse...

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