The Brookhaven City Council will hold its second meeting on Wednesday night at 7 pm, at St. Martin's Episcopal School.
Mayor J. Max Davis and the newly elected council held their first meeting on Monday night, which Patch featured live here.
Some of tonight's agenda items include:
- hiring an executive search firm to find candidates for Brookhaven city manager; and
- appointing an interim city manager, clerk and finance director/city accountant.
A copy of the council's Wednesday night agenda is attached to this article as a PDF.
Some highlights of Monday night's proceedings:
- DeKalb Superior Court Judge Dan Coursey administered the oaths of office to Davis and the three other city council members who were present.
- District 3 Councilman Bates Mattison was not present. He was sworn in this past Friday, and both Davis and District 4 councilman Joe Gebbia said Mattison was on a long-planned family outing.
- The city council approved the Brookhaven Commission's recommendations for temporary office space in Dunwoody and Corporate Square.
- The council approved William Riley and Lynn Rosser as acting city attorney and clerk, respectively.