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Toombs Co Property Values Shift
Tuesday, 19 February 2013

February 18--  There may be a shift in property values in the next Toombs County tax digest.

Toombs County Commission Chairman Blake Tillery told the February commissioner's meeting that property values of commercial property is expected to show an increase.  He says that's because a thorough evaluation of business property hasn't been done in Toombs County in 20 years.

On the other hand, Tillery says some homeowners may see a decrease in residental property values due to the poor housing economy in the past few years.

County manager John Jones is starting a Total Quality Management Program to improve efficiency in county government.  It will set up feedback from frontline employees in each department on ways to improve county operations.

ImageThe county is starting a new employee recognition program and named building maintenenance employee Danielle Brinson as its first Employee of the Month.  She received a $50 gift certificate for a meal at a local restaurant.

The commission reappointed Howard Kaufold as the county attorney and named Ingrid Varn and Richard Williams to represent Toombs County tourism on the Altamaha River Partnership.

The commission also approved a change in its monthly meeting time.  Starting in March, the meetings will be held the third Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. 

 
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