July 25, 2011 •
Atlanta’s Ethics Office to Lose Ethics Officer
Ginny Looney, the Ethics Officer for the city of Atlanta Ethics Office, has announced she will be leaving the position in order to work as a clerk for the Georgia Supreme Court.
Looney, who was the first appointee to the position in 2003, made the announcement at the most recent Atlanta City Council meeting.
Among her accomplishments during her time holding the position, Looney developed the city’s electronic disclosure system, helped to craft city ethics laws, and established the city’s 24/7 ethics hotline.
Looney’s final day is set to be September 30, 2011.
Photo of the Atlanta City Hall doors by Jeff Clemmons on Wikipedia.
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