Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell, widely seen as a possible candidate in Atlanta’s next mayoral race, flexed his strongest political muscle when he announced a swath of new committee chairmen appointments.
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The 16-member Atlanta City Council has seven standing committees — groups typically composed of seven council members who vet and must approve legislation before passing it on to the full body for consideration. The council president has sole discretion over assigning committee members and appoints the groups annually.
- City Utilities Committee — District 5 Councilwoman Natalyn M. Archibong
- Public Safety Committee — District 10 Councilman C.T. Martin
- Community Development/Human Resources — Post 3 At-Large Councilman Andre Dickens
- Transportation Committee — District 9 Councilwoman Felicia Moore
- Zoning Committee — District 8 Councilwoman Yolanda Adrean
- Finance Committee — District 6 Councilman Alex Wan
- Committee on Council — Post 2 At-Large Councilwoman Mary Norwood