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Moreland Altobelli Associates, Inc. In Memoriam: Joe C. Webb M A 569606_Moreland.indd 1 1/17/12 Our Knowledge and Experience Can Help Protect Your Federal Funds | 777 Petty Road, NE Suite 201 Lawrenceville, GA 30043 8 GEORGIA 496566_Terrell.indd 1 COUNTY GOVERNMENT ssociat ion Count y Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) Board of Managers member and Treutlen County Chairman Joe C. Webb died April 5 at his home in Soperton. Mr. Webb was Chairman of the Treutlen County Commission and served as the District 9 representative on the ACCG Board of Managers. He graduated from the Treutlen County school system in 1956 and was a member of the First Baptist Church. He completed course work through the ACCG Commissioners Training Program, which is offered in conjunction with the Carl Vinson Institute at the University of Georgia. He was employed as a brick mason and worked for the Soperton Police Department and CSB of Middle Georgia. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy, of Soperton; five children, including Zenobia Ynez and her husband, Bruce Johnson, of Fayetteville, North Carolina; Sergeant Major Joel and his wife, Techinee Webb, of Hinesville, Georgia; Kermit and his wife, Fern, of Jacksonville, Georgia; Vernon and his wife, Jenell Webb, of Soperton, Georgia; and Thaddeus Webb of Atlanta, Georgia. Six siblings are Johnny and Linda Williams of Soperton, Georgia; Gary and Eddie Mae Williams of Warner Robins, Georgia; Shirley 5:44:04 PM and George Williams of Macon, Georgia; Priscilla and Kevin Fambrough, and Cathy and Carol Webb, all of Dublin, Georgia; brothers-in-law Eddie Blair and Quitman and Irene Kincy of Soperton, Georgia; Leon and Melinda Kincy of Fort Valley, Georgia; Lamar and Elsworth Kincy of Forest Park, Georgia; sisters-in-law Freddie Kincy of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Cream Kincy of Bedford, Ohio; and Jane Baker of Soperton. He also had 14 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. ■ A 9/16/10 4:26:45 PM

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Georgia County Government - May/June 2012

President’s Message
In Memoriam
Director’s Desk
An Inside Look at Criminal Justice Reform
Taylor County: Strongly Rooted in an Agricultural Economy with Expectations for Growth
ACCG Annual Meeting Highlights
How Counties Can Stay on Top with an Uncertainty in Federal Funding
A More Level Playing Field for the 2012 LOST Renegotiations
Counties & the Law: Road Acquisition and Abandonment
Preferred Partner News: Georgia United Credit Union Now Welcomes County Employees
Preferred Partner News: How M2M Technology is Poising Local Government for Growth
News & Notes
Index of Advertisers

Georgia County Government - May/June 2012