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Assistant city manager elected GCCM president
Kenneth Howard - photo by Photo provided.
Hinesville Assistant City Manager and Director of Community Development Kenneth Howard has been elected president of the Georgia City-County Management Association.
GCCMA is a professional organization designed to improve the quality of local government in Georgia by supporting and encouraging professional local government management. The organization hosts professional development programs and publications for local government professionals that improve their skills, increase their knowledge of local government and strengthen their commitment to the values and ideas of professional management.
As president of GCCMA, Howard is responsible for presiding over all meetings, appointing members to committees, presenting an annual budget and representing the association in various platforms, among other duties.
“It’s an honor to be elected president of GCCMA,” Howard said. “I am humbled by the trust that the members have placed in me and I will do my best to continue providing the excellent training opportunities and professional experience that the organization has grown to expect.”
Founded in the 1950s, GCCMA is a recognized affiliate of the International City/County Management Association.

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