Moultrie Observer

Community

August 15, 2012

City of Moultrie

MOULTRIE — The City of Moultrie offers the following services: Cable, high-speed Internet and telephone services through CNS, natural gas, electricity, sanitation, city beautification, solid waste, water and sewer, police and fire protection, and recreation. Its current budget is $50 million and the millage rate is 10.904.

 

Mayor and Council

Mayor William "Bill" McIntosh, a private attorney, has served 28 years. The mayor is elected city wide for a four-year term. His current term ends in 2015. McIntosh can be reached at 985-5881 or through e-mail at bmcintosh@moultriega.net.

Moultrie's City Council consists of six members elected from three districts for staggered four-year terms. District I has two council members, District II has three council members, and District III has one council member. City Council meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Meetings are held at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers on the second floor of the Municipal Building.

District I, Post 1

Newly elected Council Member Lisa Clarke Hill is serving her first term, which ends in 2015.

District I, Post 2

Susie Magwood-Thomas, director of Culbertson Head Start, has served two years. Current term ends in 2013.

District II, Post 3

Angela Castellow, executive director of United Way Colquitt County, has served 8 years. Current term ends in 2015.

District II, Post 4

Cecil Barber, owner/operator of Barber Construction Company, has served 12 years. Current term ends in 2015.

District II, Post 5

Daniel Dunn, dealer/distributor for Ice House America, has served 6 years. Current term ends in 2013.

District III, Post 6

Ronald L. Wilson Sr., minister, has served 6 years. Current term ends in 2013.

 

Administration

City Manager, Michael R. Scott

Department Heads:

• Business Operations Director - Elvira Gibson

• CNS and Utilities Director - Roger King

• Engineering Director - Roger Ruis

• Finance Director - Gary McDaniel

• Fire Chief - Kenny Hannon

• Human Resource Director - Dale Williams

• Main Street and Marketing Director - Amy Johnson

• Parks and Recreation Director - Terry Peek

• Planning and Community Development Director - Daniel Parrish

• Police Chief - Frank Lang

• Public Works Director - Danny Ward

• Purchasing Director - Gwen Smith

 

Helpful phone numbers

• 911 for emergencies - 911 for emergencies, police, fire, downed power lines, burst natural gas mains, flooded streets or downed trees crossing streets.

• Utilities - 229-890-5435, including after hours and holidays, for water, sanitation, natural gas and electrical problems.

• Public Works - 229-890-5423 or 890-5424, including after hours and holidays, for street and sidewalks, residential and commercial garbage or trash collection.

• CNS cable, Internet, or phone services (residential and commercial) - 229-985-5400.

 

Other services

For City of Moultrie residents, services such as cable, high-speed Internet, telephone services, natural gas, electric, water and sewer, sanitation and solid waste, please contact the customer service office in the City Municipal building at 21 First Ave. N.E. This office is open 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or can be reached at 229-873-3126.

Phone services for the community are provided by City of Moultrie, Windstream Communications and Mediacom.

Three cable services are available to residents of Moultrie. The City of Moultrie operates Community Network Services (CNS) that is available through the Customer Service office or by calling 985-5400.

Mediacom also provides cable service to Moultrie, and its office is located at 2432 S. Main St. or can be reached at 985-2288.

Hospital needs are provided by Colquitt Regional Medical Center, located on South Main Street. The main switchboard for Colquitt Regional is 985-3420.

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