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Probes by the U.S. Attorney and the FBI have now reached DeKalb interim CEO Lee May and the chairman of the county's Zoning Board of Appeals, Darryl Jennings Sr. The FBI is investigating whether May got preferential treatment when the county paid a contractor for repairs to his Kilkenny Circle home in Lithonia home after it was damaged by a sewer overflow in December 2010. A U.S. District Attorney is seeking records related to Jennings from March 1, 2006, to April 17, 2015, and any and all records related to or associated with LuLu's Billiards located on Chamblee-Tucker Road in Tucker. Comment?
Fairington Elementary students, teachers and staff returned to their fire-damaged school building in Lithonia on Jan. 26. As the students settled into familiar surroundings, the DeKalb School District offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the suspected arson fire that broke out on Jan. 17 at the building on Phillip Bradley Drive. A surveillance camera at the Lithonia school captured the image of a 6-foot-tall man near a mobile classroom at the back of the school around the time of the Jan. 17 fire. Comment?
Kindergarten teacher Margaret Veira-Allen works with her students in the Miller Grove High auditorium. A fire destroyed her classroom at Fairington Elementary. Comment?
Superintendent Michael Thurmond, during a visit to Fairington Elementary School on Sunday, looks through a cubby damaged in the suspicious fire that destroyed 's Margaret Veira-Allen's kindergarten classroom. - Classes will resume on Tuesday for 712 Fairington Elementary students, even though a fire on Jan. 17 destroyed a kindergarten classroom and caused extensive soot and smoke damage throughout the school building. Comment?
Georgia Perimeter College was founded in 1964 as DeKalb College for citizens of DeKalb by the DeKalb Board of Education. It joined the University System of Georgia in 1986. Comment?
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