9:39 am November 8, 2010, by Christopher Seward
An analysis of Atlanta City Council records shows taxpayers picked up the tab for nearly $29,000 in spending that promoted Councilwoman Cleta Winslow’s name in the final weeks before last year’s council elections.
According to political watchdog Jim Walls, the shopping list included jazz musicians, a disc jockey, an inflatable bouncer, a popcorn machine and other equipment, plus $8,000 worth of barbecue and side dishes, for events Oct. 17 and 24 last year. Read more of the AJC investigation.
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