Pooler City Manager Robbie Byrd consulted with Mayor Rebecca Benton and City Attorney Steven Scheer, and the three determined they were not willing to allow Pooler to take on the liability of the box nor the ballots inside the box, should either be damaged or tampered with while placed on city property.
Pooler’s Planning and Zoning Board on Monday took the first steps toward getting more residents back onto the board.
Eichmann, the department’s training chief, played the part of a downed firefighter, laid out and unconscious in a wall of a burning building (actually a vacant house, not ablaze, used for training purposes).
Rebecca Benton had been mayor of Pooler for about two and a half months when Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp issued a state of emergency in the face of COVID-19.