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Magazine hails county's Web work
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Clint Stanley, the county’s information technology director, receives a plaque during last month’s commission meeting from Chairman John McIver. Stanley spearheaded the effort to receive the county excellence award for its Web site. Assistant County Administrator Bob Sprinkel is holding a display of the magazine story about the awards. - photo by Photo by Alena Parker.
ATLANTA — The Association County Commissioners of Georgia and Georgia Trend magazine presented one of its fourth annual County Excellence Awards to Liberty County in March.
The awards recognize government programs and services that improve efficiency in government operations and demonstrate leadership in problem solving and planning.
Liberty was honored for its Web portal for electronic tax payment and tax assessor information.
The project was headed by Clint Stanley, the county’s information technology director.
Winners were profiled in the March Georgia Trend  and the April issue of ACCG’s Georgia County Government magazine.
“Counties that were selected for the County Excellence Awards submitted outstanding projects that focused on maximizing cost savings and other efficiencies that are so important during the challenging times that we face today,” said Jerry Griffin, executive director of ACCG.
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