During a special called meeting Thursday night, the Guyton City Council unanimously approved a contract for the sole contender for its vacant city manager position.
In a unanimous vote Thursday night, the Guyton City Council approved a contract for city manager candidate Bill Sawyer.
Chief James Breletic of the Guyton Police Department is going back to the future.
Guyton’s city council voted unanimously in a specially called meeting Thursday night to name Bill Sawyer, the manager of Schley County, as the sole finalist for city manager.
Breletic’s goal, which is fully supported by the Guyton City Council, is to transform the police department into a highly visible, proactive operation.
The Guyton City Council is a step closer to filling a key position.
Interim City Manager Brett Bennett called for the delay. The city councils in Rincon and Springfield made similar moves recently.
The City of Guyton will receive $66,126 to rehabilitate the Main Street Rail Trail through downtown.
Due to evolving concerns related to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Guyton has announced that it will be closing City Hall to the public on Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 at 4:30, until further notice.
James Breletic was sworn in as chief of the Guyton Police Department during a special called meeting of the Guyton City Council on Tuesday night at City Hall.