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  1. Meet Your Fulton County Commissioners
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    Meet your Fulton County Commissioners!  Click here to view a new map of Fulton County and view more information about each of your Commissioners. To watch the full Inauguration Ceremony, click here.  

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  2. Fulton on the Radio
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    Fulton County is now on AM Radio.  Fulton Focus Forum airs every Sunday morning on WAEC AM…Love 860.  Fulton Focus Forum is a weekly radio broadcast that provides vital information on Fulton County programs and services available to citizens throughout Fulton County.  Click the station to listen now!

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Retired Fulton County Commissioner Tom Lowe Passes Away at 86 | Print |

It is with sadness that we announce that retired Fulton County Commissioner Tom Lowe passed away today at age 86.  Commissioner Lowe was the longest-serving commissioner in Fulton County history, and was one of the longest-serving county commissioners in the state of Georgia.

Commissioner Lowe was first elected to the Board of Commissioners in 1974 and retired on December 31, 2014 after serving the citizens of Fulton County for 40 years. 

Lowe was known among his colleagues and staff for his vast institutional knowledge and his sense of humor.  He was a staunch supporter of Grady Hospital and consistently advocated for Grady funding.  He served on the Fulton County Recreation Authority, the Atlanta-Fulton County Water Resources Commission, and the Fulton County Pension Board.

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Fulton County Board of Commissioners Appoints Richard “Dick” Anderson as County Manager | Print |

On Wednesday, March 4, 2015, the Fulton County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to appoint Mr. Richard “Dick” Anderson as County Manager.  The Board identified Anderson as the sole finalist for the position after an extensive search.

Anderson began work, Thursday, March 5, leading Fulton County’s approximately 5,000 employees in service to nearly 1 million residents.  He brings to this position an extensive career in executive leadership in both the public and private sectors.  Notably, Anderson achieved a distinguished career in telecommunications, rising from account executive to Vice Chairman of BellSouth and then Group President for AT&T, where he was responsible for a $30 billion business serving global business clients.

“We are thrilled to bring Mr. Anderson to Fulton County Government,” said Chairman John H. Eaves. “His credentials are exemplary. We believe our employees and citizens will benefit from Mr. Anderson’s leadership and commitment to public service.”

"I believe Fulton County is at an inflection point and that by focusing on customer service, efficient operations and high impact priorities we can be the best managed county in Georgia. Our citizens deserve nothing less,” said Anderson.

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Fulton County 4-H Accepting Applications for Summer Camp | Print |

Fulton County Cooperative Extension is accepting applications for its 2015 4-H Summer Camp. 4-H Summer Camp is something to consider for your kids to experience creative fun and memories without heating up your wallet or credit card bills.

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