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Council President candidate Alex Wan (District 6) has a score of 47.1.
SCORES OF COUNCIL PRESIDENT CANDIDATES Council President candidate Felicia Moore (District 9) has the second-highest score of all fifteen Councilmembers, and the highest score among the Council President candidates. Council President candidate CT Martin (District 10) has a score of 55.9.Piazza and other pledges had convened in the basement, which housed a bar, for about an hour after completing what was called 'the gauntlet' - a series of stations inside the fraternity house where they were instructed to quickly down beer and wine.Miller said the basement video 'clearly depicts a continuation of the hazing activity previously captured upstairs at the gauntlet.' As they returned to the first floor, the pledges appeared to show signs of intoxication, and Piazza had to be helped to a couch, according to the grand jury and witness testimony during a lengthy preliminary hearing.(APN) ATLANTA — As it is now nearly midway through 2017, Atlanta Progressive News is releasing an updated cumulative scorecard for the Atlanta City Council.The APN Atlanta City Council Scorecard is the most comprehensive, voting record-based scorecard available for the current Atlanta City Council, and is available as a public Google Spreadsheet: KV6s The Scorecard is particularly relevant this 2017 Municipal Election season, as three Councilmembers are running for Mayor of Atlanta, and another three are running for Council President.It allegedly showed Piazza being given at least 18 drinks over a period of 1 hour and 22 minutes.
'He never once obtained those drinks for himself, brothers came up and gave them to him,' Parks Miller said.
THREE NEW VOTES ADDED Three votes were added for the first few months of 2017: First, we added 17-O-1132, the Council’s decision to approve an easement in Peachtree Hills park to a private developer. All Councilmembers supported the easement, except Felicia Moore and Michael Julian Bond (Post 1-at-large) opposed. Second, we added 17-O-1080, the Council’s decision to approve a Trust Fund for the Turner Field Communities. All Councilmembers supported the Trust Fund, except Howard Shook (District 7), Yolanda Adrean (District 8), and Felicia Moore.
Mary Norwood and Natalyn Archibong (District 5) were absent. Third, we added the Council’s decision to refer 17-O-1152 back to the Committee, where it currently languishes.
SCORES OF ATLANTA MAYORAL CANDIDATES Mayoral candidate Keisha Lance Bottoms (District 11) has the lowest score of all fifteen Councilmembers, or 31.3 out of a possible score of one hundred.
Mayoral candidate Kwanza Hall (District 2) has the highest score among Mayoral candidates who currently sit on the City Council, with a score of 59.1.
All Councilmembers supported the motion to refer, except Kwanza Hall, Alex Wan, Felicia Moore, and Andre Dickens (Post 3-at-large). Once again, Councilwoman Natalyn Archibong is the most progressive Councilwoman on the City Council, with a score of 82.7 out of 100.