Four years ago, embattled city attorney Brian Anderson was working with then Sen. Dan Weber to get the legislature to pass Dunwoody’s charter, a document he helped write.
On Monday, he could be fired by the same city council he had a hand in creating.
Dunwoody city officials released a 28-page report that concludes Anderson and City Councilwoman Adrian Bonser leaked privileged information from city meetings about a contentious city land deal they didn’t support.
The report alleges that Anderson broke attorney-client privilege, misled investigators about his role in the leaks, and rushed to declare private discussions of the land deal public in an effort to obscure leaked information.
“Anderson cannot have it both ways,” concludes the report, which was written by an independent investiagtor. “He cannot, on the one hand, agree that the discussion of the sale is appropriate for executive