Both motions — one filed on behalf of the school district and the other on the joint behalf of the county and its elections board — claim that GALEO and the NAACP lack standing to file a suit because neither one represents the interests of all three minority groups. The motions also claim the plaintiffs have not properly identified which board districts they believe to be “diluted.”
It was not clear Thursday when the motions might be considered.
In other Gwinnett news:
The ethics board has apparently made its decision, but it won't be announced until it's put into writing.