“Disturbing” – Archibong’s latest concern
Atlanta City Councilwoman Natalyn Archibong says allegations against a city employee are “disturbing,” according to WABE.
Archibong represents Kirkwood and was commenting on how Executive Director Deborah Lum got retired from her job at city hall. Lum oversaw the city’s Workforce Development Agency and played a starring role in a recent Atlanta Journal Constitution investigation. The results of that investigation? The federal government is starting to ask questions, such as “Where is our money?” To read the AJC story, click here.
This isn’t the first time Archibong has been troubled by the goings on at city hall. WABE also reported in April that the councilwoman was “very concerned” about unauthorized pay raises in Atlanta’s Watershed department. She later said she found Mayor Kasim Reed’s evolving views on those pay raises “disappointing.”