Posted: Tuesday, November 27th 2012 at 4:49pm
Dahlonega mayor to lead GEFA Board of Directors
ATLANTA – Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) Executive Director Kevin Clark announced Tuesday that Dahlonega Mayor Gary McCullough has been elected chairman of the GEFA board of directors.
McCullough was elected chairman by the GEFA board recently during its quarterly meeting. He succeeds Tift County Commission Chairman Grady Thompson whose term as GEFA board chairman expires on December 31. Butts County Commissioner Gator Hodges was elected board vice chairman.
The Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) recently inducted McCullough into its Hall of Fame.
About the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (www.gefa.org):
The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA), headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., is the lead agency for state energy programs; directs the Georgia Land Conservation Program and maintains state-owned fuel storage tanks; and offers financing for reservoir and water supply, water quality, storm water and solid waste infrastructure. Since 1985, GEFA has approved more than $3 billion in financial commitments to local governments, businesses and nonprofit organizations. For more information, visit www.gefa.org, Facebook or Flickr.
Link: Georgia Enviromental Finance Authority
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