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Grady County Administrator J.C. (Buddy) Johnson III, received all high marks on his most recent job performance evaluation. Johnson has served as the county administrator since Sept. 10, 2018.
His contract comes up for renewal next month. The year-to-year contract automatically renews each year unless either party provides notice.
Grady County Commissioners met in a closed door session in December to conduct the performance evaluation of the administrator.
In the nine categories Johnson was evaluated on, he received a perfect score from commissioners.
The only category where commissioners did not judge him as “greatly exceeding expectations” was in communication, where he received a score of four out of five, with five being the best. According to the evaluation scoring guide, a four exceeds expectation.
Johnson was graded a perfect five in job knowledge, leadership, objectives, management, staffing, finances, teamwork and responsiveness.
Under the comment sections, former chairman Keith Moye wrote, “Mr. Johnson is a great leader and an asset to Grady County. The commission is thankful that Buddy is here. Buddy is well rounded and a great person for the job.”
Johnson, a resident of Miller County, concluded a 27-year career with the Georgia State Patrol before being hired as the county administrator.