Milledgeville Special Master recommends city manager resignation

MILLEDGEVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – An ethics complaint filed against the Milledgeville City Council and other city officials has yielded a result.

Milledgeville’s Special Master, the man appointed to review the ethics complaints made against every council member, recommends the council ask for City Manager Barry Jarrett’s resignation.

Some residents were upset with Jarrett for withdrawing money from Century Bank and Trust and investing it with Wells Fargo.

The Special Master also dismissed a complaint accusing councilman Walter Reynolds of violating the Open Meetings Act.

Reynolds had recorded a conversation between city officials and distributed it to the media.

The Special Master says he was not given proof this conversation was recorded in an executive session, and therefore he could not prove it was confidential.

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