Forsyth candidate Amos replies to eth...

Forsyth candidate Amos replies to ethics complaint

There are 6 comments on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution story from Jun 25, 2010, titled Forsyth candidate Amos replies to ethics complaint. In it, Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that:

Pete Amos, a Republican running for the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners, responded to a state ethics complaint this week by listing 67 pieces of property he left off his disclosure form.

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Nydia Tisdale

Roswell, GA

#1 Jun 27, 2010
Please meet Brant Meadows, candidate for Forsyth County District 1 Commissioner, at . The Republican Primary Election Day is Tuesday, July 20, 2010.
George Stateson

Conyers, GA

#2 Jun 30, 2010
Fulton County resident, Nydia Tisdale made the bogus complaint against Forsyth commission candidate, Pete Amos. Tisdale argued against a zoning request in Forsyth and Brant Meadows voted in her favor. Brant Meadows is running against Amos. Anyone else see a connection? Meet Pete Amos at
Nydia Tisdale

Roswell, GA

#3 Jul 4, 2010
On August 25, 2009, the over one-hundred-strong, red-clad, opposition crowd collectively convinced the entire Planning Commission — Brant Meadows, Pam Livesay, Barry Russell, Matt Murphy and Jim Quinn — to UNANIMOUSLY vote to recommend Denial of Zoning Application ZA3474 for a Construction and Demolition debris Landfill on GA 400 Hospitality Highway and Ronald Reagan Boulevard. Siting a C&D Landfill at the proposed location would preclude the potential use of Lafarge rock quarry as a drinking water supply reservoir when it retires its mining operations. The PC meeting held 08/25/2009 is on Streaming Video and my 150-page book entitled ~ Let's Talk Trash ~ ZA3474 spells C&D Landfill is on eStatus at . Kudos to all the members of the Planning Commission for getting this vote right!
Nydia Tisdale

Roswell, GA

#4 Jul 4, 2010
Please meet Mr. Ralph J.(Pete) Amos, candidate for Forsyth County District 1 Commissioner:
Nydia Tisdale

Roswell, GA

#5 Jul 8, 2010
Brant and Michele Meadows walked from Forsyth Central High School to the Cumming Fair Grounds during the famous Thomas/Mashburn Memorial Steam Engine Parade on July 3, 2010 behind a red, white and blue banner that declared:

Happy 4th of July!
Water Independence for ALL
Brant MEADOWS Commissioner

A white shirt emblazoned in blue introduced Mr. Meadows — BRANT MEADOWS COUNTY COMMISSION CANDIDATE — and a white shirt embroidered in red showed Mrs. Meadows’ support — VOTE FOR BRANT MEADOWS COMMISSIONER. The cap covering Mr. Meadows’ head read,“NRA LIFE MEMBER.”

The MEADOWS team gave away bottles of water to thirsty parade-goers on a warm Saturday morn spreading the MEADOWS message: Water Independence for ALL.
Susanna Pickering

Conyers, GA

#6 Jul 10, 2010
Watch this video about Brant Meadows

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