The city of Dunwoody lost faith in DeKalb years ago, and now the police department has pulled out of our E911 system, choosing join ChattComm.
Now with news of DeKalb's bonds rated as "junk bonds", the commissioners are wavering on their stance of "no new taxes", probably raising taxes in June.
Yet while the county is burning, Burrell Ellis continues to hand out raises to his staff and ignore calls to save money by eliminating the Director of Public Safety position.
This present group of commissioner are completely inept. If they continue down this road, DeKalb County will be bankrupted and pressed to meet payroll, much less make it's required contributions to our retirement.
And what happens in 2012? Raise taxes again, if we survive?
Be afraid, be very afraid.