MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND HILL v. MAIA

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Court of Appeals of Georgia.

MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND HILL et al. v. MAIA.

A15A2334

Decided: September 27, 2017

In City of Richmond Hill v. Maia, 301 Ga. 257 (800 SE2d 573) (2017), the Supreme Court of Georgia reversed Division 2 of our opinion in Mayor & City Council of Richmond Hill v. Maia, 336 Ga. App. 555 (784 SE2d 894) (2016), holding that Appellee cannot demonstrate proximate cause and that “Appellants were entitled to summary judgment in their favor.” City of Richmond Hill v. Maia, 301 Ga. at 262 (2). Accordingly, we vacate Division 2 of our opinion and adopt the opinion of our Supreme Court as our own in place of that division.

Judgment reversed.

ELLINGTON, Presiding Judge.

Dillard, C.J., Barnes, P.J., Ray, P.J., McMillian, Reese, and Bethel, JJ., concur.