The Atlanta City Council will vote Monday to appoint five members to the Task Force for the Promotion of Public Trust (Legislative Reference Nos. 19-R-3279, 19-R-3280, 19-R-3281, 19-R-3282, 19-R-3283). The five appointees will include: one former judge, one former prosecutor, one professor or member of academia, one former local government attorney with experience in a city or county law department, and one city of Atlanta resident.
The Council will also consider:
- A communication from Council President Felicia Moore appointing Donald Penovi to serve as a member of the City of Atlanta Task Force for the Promotion of Public Trust (Legislative Reference No. 19-C-0029)
- A communication from Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms appointing Ms. Kristen Denius as Chief Transparency Officer (Legislative Reference No. 19-C-0030)
- An ordinance to execute a lease agreement with CIM Spring St. for the improved property at 160 Trinity Avenue (Legislative Reference No. 19-O-1112)
- An ordinance to create a commission to determine an appropriate manner to honor the former neighborhood known as ‘Lightning’ (Legislative Reference No. 19-O-1120)
The Atlanta City Council will convene Monday, March 18 at 1 p.m. in the Council Chamber at Atlanta City Hall, 55 Trinity Avenue SW.