The question of whether, and how much, DeKalb County should overhaul its government structure will get some answers by year’s end.
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Interim DeKalb CEO Lee May is bringing a North Carolina college professor to town to guide three meetings for DeKalb residents to discuss changing the county’s form of government.
The results will be included in a report designed to be a blueprint for the county’s request to state lawmakers in the upcoming Legislative session.
The meeting all run from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in different parts of the counties. The dates:
* Nov. 21, Dunwoody High School, 5035 Womack Road.
* Dec. 2, Porter Sanford performing arts center, 3181 Rainbow Dr., near Decatur.
* Dec. 3, Rehoboth Baptist Church, 2997 Lawrenceville Highway, Tucker.
Nov. 21, 2013, Lou Walker Senior Center
Dec. 2, Dunwoody High School