Stacey Kalberman's nomination as the city of Atlanta's ethics officer was slowed for another two weeks by a subcommittee of the Atlanta City Council. The committee voted Monday to hold Kalberman's nomination for two weeks to allow three members of the City Council -- Joyce Sheperd, H. Lamar Willis and C.T. Martin -- to meet with her. That decision came two weeks after a similar vote to delay a decision for at least two weeks. Kalberman worked as executive director of the state ethics commission before resigning last year.She was one of two finalists to the Atlanta ethics post. The other was Nina Hickson, city attorney for East Point.
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