City of South Fulton Swears in New Leaders

During Inauguration activities for the incoming council members, newly elected South Fulton Mayor khalid kamau was on the steps of City Hall calling for the resignation of the City Manager, City Clerk and City Attorney. 

The City Council called a Special Meeting on January 6 to pass a resolution of disapproval in light of Mayor kamau’s actions with a vote of 6-0. The resolution notes that kamau overstepped his authority and violated several steps sections of South Fulton’s city charter. 

“The Mayor or a Councilmember may only recommend the removal of the City Manager from office in accordance with procedure set forth in the Charter, and the recommendation has to have the affirmative vote of five Councilmembers,” Councilwoman Willis stated. “The City Manager has a contract and we can not breach that contract.” 

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