Norcross City Manager Randolph Smith spoke Tuesday on a panel about mass gun violence across the nation, according to a Gwinnett Daily Post report.
Smith spoke about the February 2012 shooting at Su Jung Health Sauna, where Jeong Soo
Paek killed his two sisters, their husbands and himself.
In his comments, Smith said leaders need to know their communities, and to be able to communicate with diverse groups of people, the Post reported.
He joined leaders from Aurora, Colo., and Oak Creek, Wisc., who spoke about the aftermath of gun tragedies in those cities, as well.