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Secretary of State investigating BOC chairman's residency

Clayton County commission Chairman-elect Jeff Turner is sworn in by Probate Court Judge Pam Ferguson during a ceremony at First Baptist Church of Jonesboro Saturday night. Turner and District 3 Commissioner-elect Shana Rooks will officially take office Jan. 1.

Clayton County commission Chairman-elect Jeff Turner is sworn in by Probate Court Judge Pam Ferguson during a ceremony at First Baptist Church of Jonesboro Saturday night. Turner and District 3 Commissioner-elect Shana Rooks will officially take office Jan. 1.

— The Georgia Secretary of State's office has launched an investigation into the residency of Clayton County Commission Chairman Jeff Turner, an official with the state office has confirmed.

Turner has faced questions in recent weeks about whether he still lives in Henry County, or whether he legally moved to Clayton County before running for the chairman's seat.

Check www.news-daily.com and read Wednesday's edition of Clayton News Daily for additional details.

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Robert 1 year, 8 months ago

This is going to be like Obama's birth certificate, they're going to drag it out to the point that it no longer matters. BUT, This does make it official that now we have the Commissioner under investigation, the Chief of Police under investigation and the Sheriff under investigation and indictment.

Wow, I bet every other county in this state wishes they could have as many honorable and news worthy people working for them. (working for themselves that is).

We should pave the northern third of ClayCo for Hartsfield airport expansion and offer Remington Arms Southlake Mall as their new production plant. It is either Remington or Winchester that's looking for a new firearms friendly state to produce their firearms. Why not ClayCo? It is after all a well known testing ground for firearms.

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OscarKnight 1 year, 8 months ago

.....Robert; Sad to say; ClayCo would be the last place, in Georgia, the open up a firearms plant.......unless it's in Forest Park.

.....Clayton County is infected with The NAACP, and The NAACP opposes our Individual Rights to Bear Arms, under The Second Amendment. Most our Clayton County State Legislators, hardly ever Votes yea ( yes ) on our Rights to Self Defense, and most of them also belongs to The NAACP.

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