DeKalb Ethics Board member resigns after argument | www.ajc.com

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DeKalb Ethics Board member resigns after argument | www.ajc.com

A member of the DeKalb County Board of Ethics resigned Thursday after telling a county employee to “come outside” to settle their differences.

Ethics Board member Robert Blackman stepped down because of a heated argument Tuesday with Bob Lundsten, the chief of staff for ex-Commissioner Elaine Boyer, during the board’s meeting.

The spat occurred when Blackman questioned Lundsten about his allegation that Board of Ethics Chairman John Ernst had failed to be impartial.

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