Eugene Walker says he did nothing wrong, and contends his accuser is a biased and misleading outfit that made false allegations that cost him his DeKalb County school board seat.
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Three of five suspended DeKalb school board members have had reinstatement hearings. One of them, Eugene Walker’s, started Wednesday and will continue Friday. The other two — for Pam Speaks and Sarah Copelin-Wood — were earlier this month. Only Nancy Jester did not seek reinstatement and is formally removed.
The remaining two with appointments before the Georgia Office of State Administrative Hearings are:
July 15: Jesse “Jay” Cunningham.
July 16: Donna Edler.