New City Council set for Thursday

| January 4, 2016

Valdosta Government

VALDOSTA — The Mayor and four City Councilmembers will take their oaths of office during the first City Council meeting of the New Year, on Thursday, Jan. 7, beginning at 5:30 p.m., in the City Council Chambers of City Hall, located at 216 E. Central Avenue.

The Honorable James G. Tunison, Jr., Superior Court Judge of the Southern Judicial Circuit, will preside over the swearing in ceremony.

Those taking office include John Gayle, re-elected to his second term as the City of Valdosta Mayor; City Councilman Ben Norton, re-elected to serve At-Large; City Councilwoman Vivian Miller-Cody, elected to her first term to serve District 1; City Councilman Joseph “Sonny” Vickers, re-elected to serve District 3; and City Councilman Tim Carroll, re-elected to serve District 5.

Following the induction of these councilmembers, the Mayor and Council by majority vote will elect a member of the City Council to serve as Mayor Pro Tem, who serves in the Mayor’s absence. The elected Mayor Pro Tem will also be sworn in at the Jan. 7 City Council meeting.

Citizens are invited to a special reception for the Mayor and Council that will take place in the Valdosta City Hall Annex Multi-Purpose Room immediately following the City Council meeting. The annex is located at 300 N. Lee Street, across the street from City Hall.

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  1. blacksheep says:

    I followed the Mayoral race very closely this year and I went to several of the forums and the Mayor was firmly against raising property taxes for 5 months but the first Saturday after the election I opened up the paper and the first thing I see is taxes are going up what services did the citizens receive in 2 days that would warrant an increase what a fraud