Three candidates plan ‘clean sweep’ of Dunwoody City Council

Calling themselves the β€œclean sweep candidates,” three long-time Dunwoody residents declared their intention to run for seats on Dunwoody City Council.

Jim Riticher, Henly Shelton and Sam Eads said they plan to run as a slate of candidates. Riticher said he plans to run in District 2. Shelton said he will run in District 1 and Eads said he will file for election in District 3.

Riticher announced their candidacies at the City Council meeting July 22, saying the three were β€œdedicated to basic and practical improvements and common-sense solutions favored by a majority of Dunwoody residents.”

β€œWe are independent businessmen with a unique set of management and business skills,” Riticher said, reading from a prepared statement. β€œWe are nonpartisan candidates and we are not members of – or beholden to – any organization or government agency. … We intend to restore trust and confidence in Dunwoody city government.”

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