Now that three of four city council races and the mayoral race are in a run off,this seems like an appropriate time to discuss facts. I have received many mailers where Sandy Murray has accused J. Max Davis of negative things.
Sandy Murray,in fact,has two outstanding fines levied by the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission (the Ethics Commission) as a result of her campaign for State Rep of District 80. In short,she has two ethics violation fines that she neglected to pay. Her campaign manager stated that it was a “clerical error.” This is not the time to elect someone like Sandy Murray who can’t file a simple campaign disclosure and provide transparency.
Sandy Murray admitted,in a November 22,2012 Brookhaven Patch article,to voting “no” for the City of Brookhaven. Specifically,the article reads:
“’I wasn’t against making a city,’” Murray told Brookhaven Patch. ‘I was against the rush to make a decision.’”
However,in a blog posting on the Brookhaven Patch dated May 16, Sandy Murray writes:
“Clearly the name Brookhaven doesn't resonate with the world…Since our current addresses are Atlanta,I would rather keep it that way. No City Brookhaven!”
In addition,she is pictured in the Dunwoody Crier campaigning near a polling booth with a black wind flag with white letters that reads “City = High Tax = ½ Police = NO.”
Sandy Murray lacks the commitment,concern or care for the new City of Brookhaven.
The new City of Brookhaven deserves a mayor that wants to make the City of Brookhaven resonate with the world.
J. Max supported the efforts to bring better services, truly local representation of residents and more value for your tax dollars.
These are just some of the reasons I am voting for J. Max Davis for Mayor of the City of Brookhaven.