Talks to end long running dispute to begin next month
CLAYTON—Special Rabun County Superior Court Judge Albert B. Collier last week named a mediator who will attempt to resolve differences between the city of Clayton and other municipalities and county government over a Service Delivery Strategy (SDS) agreement.
Justice Norman Fletcher, who served on the Georgia Supreme Court from 1989 until his retirement in 2005, will serve as mediator in the dispute, Collier ruled last week.
Fletcher, who was Chief Justice of the state Supreme Court for the last four years of his term, was the preferred mediator recommended by the county to hear the matter.
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