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Milledgeville city council attorney turns in documents to Attorney General

Attorney William Noland says files are on their way to the Attorney General after an investigation into the city's meetings.
MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - A third party lawyer representing Milledgeville's city council says files are on their way to the state Attorney General. 

41NBC told you Sam Olens' is investigating the city council for possibly violating the state's Open Meetings Act. 

Attorney William Noland says he doubts there was any malice intent behind the "meeting" in question, but he says  he's remaining as transparent as possible with the attorney general. 

"If this is indeed a violation, it was certainly not a secret meeting. It wasn't held at a clandestined location. This is people that are walking out of a public meeting. The conversation, arguably, should not have occurred, and we acknowledged that," Noland said. 

Noland prepared a written response, as well as provided agendas, minutes, and other council documents. 

He says if the council violated the Open Meetings Act, the could be punished with fines. 
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