David Austin, Paulding’s commission chairman, sent a letter to Delta CEO Richard Anderson (above left) complaining about the carrier’s stance in opposition to the proposed Paulding regional airport. In it, he said Anderson’s comments and actions “are in direct opposition to your role as the [Metro Atlanta Chamber] 2014 chair-elect" and said “if you feel it is important to block the development of Silver Comet Field, an important project for the future of Paulding County, then you should consider resigning your position with the MAC."
Paulding County’s top elected official is accusing Delta Air Lines of orchestrating the opposition to airline service at the county’s small airport, and he says Delta’s CEO should give up a key civic post because he has a conflict of interest.
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A Dacula councilman is accused of using his city-issued credit card for personal use. Gregory Alan Reeves, 43, of Dacula, was arrested Friday afternoon and charged with theft by taking, according to Gwinnett County jail records.