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Suspect in prostitution sting hired as Assistant D.A.

By Editor Powell Cobb
Bainbridge Post-Searchlight
Reprinted with permission

A former Gwinnett County assistant district attorney arrested in January on charges related to a prostitution ring bust in Dunwoody was hired by Joe Mulholland, the district attorney for the South Georgia Judicial Circuit.
Christopher Quinn, 46, resigned from his position on Feb. 24 and was hired by Mulholland this month. He will work as an assistant district attorney.

Lake Authority interviews the Croys for second time

After meeting with representatives of The Croy Group last July the Grady County Lake Authority scheduled a second meeting this week to further discuss contracting with the company to assist the county in the development of the Tired Creek Lake project.
In addition to the authority members, which included Chairman Lee Gainous, Vice Chairman LaDon Toole, Edgar B. Smith III, Travis Bryant, Jeff Brown, Ray Prince and Randolph Wind, the members of the Grady County Board of Commissioners also sat in on the meeting held at the courthouse Monday morning.

County spends $218,400 to acquire right-of-way to pave State Park Road

The Grady County Commission has now acquired all of the right-of-way necessary to pave State Park Road, which will be the main entryway to the 960-acre Tired Creek Lake.
After many months of negotiations, county commissioners voted publicly to ratify the verbal approval the board had given County Attorney Kevin S. Cauley in previous closed door meetings to purchase the needed right-of-way.

Burns steps up to fill void at JDA

The Grady County Joint Development Authority held its first meeting since the resignation of its executive director Tuesday.
JDA Vice Chairman Robbie Burns has stepped in to handle the duties of the executive director and this week he was praised by JDA Chairman Charles M. Stafford for his extra effort.

Tobar touts “gourmet cracklins” now served at Barber Park

Grady County Administrator Carlos Tobar appeared giddy Tuesday night in announcing that the concession stand at Barber Park is now serving what he described as "gourmet cracklins."
Tobar went on to describe the new offering as "gourmet ethnic food."

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