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.
Former Lake Park Police Chief James Breletic is set to be sworn in as head of the Guyton Police Department during a special called meeting of the Guyton City Council on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at City Hall.
The Guyton City Council conducted its second straight meeting without conflict Feb. 11.
The City of Guyton has appointed Sheriff Jimmy McDuffie as interim Police Chief as of Jan. 28.
Participants in Guyton City Council’s first meeting of 2020 were agreeable. There wasn’t a hint of the discord that has plagued it in recent months. The Jan. 14 vote on every agenda item that required one was 5-0.
The City of Guyton filled its administrative leadership void with a proven, known commodity.
The Guyton City Council voted 3-1 to purchase a JCB Hydradig and three attachments at a state-contract cost of $189,766. A Hydradig is a unique wheeled excavator and tool carrier.
The City of Guyton’s administrative ship is just a few days away from having no hands on deck.
Unofficial results from Tuesday’s runoff election show Marshall Reiser beating Tamela Mydell 233-224 for the Post 1 Guyton council seat and Hursula Pelote beating Andy Harville 234-226 for the Post 2 seat.