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TFR Recognizes Tim Connell for Achieving CPSE Fire Marshall Designation

With a focus on professional development through education and advanced training, Thomasville Fire Rescue Chief Chris Bowman has recognized Fire Marshal Tim Connell for his recent achievement of the professional designation Fire Marshal. This designation has been awarded to Connell by the Center for Public Safety Excellence Commission on Professional Credentialing. Fire Marshal Connell has also been recognized for professional accomplishments during the March 17 CPSE Excellence Conference in Orlando, Florida.
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City Announces Plans for Public Design Charrette on Future Event Center

The City of Thomasville is moving forward with plans to transform property acquired in 2013 to a visitor and event center. The property, located at 207 South Dawson Street, is presently occupied by Roses.

The first phase of the process to create the downtown event center will begin using a charrette process, giving the opportunity for community involvement in the future design and use of the facility. As part of the charrette, a community open house will be held Monday, June 1st from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. to seek community input and information.
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TPD Improves Vehicle Safety For All Citizens

(May 8, 2015) Thomasville Police Department officers helped ensure citizens of all sizes were safe while traveling Thomasville's roadways, Friday morning. Officers gave a free child seat safety inspection to citizens, as well as instructed them on how to safely secure small children while traveling in a vehicle.

If you were unable to attend today's event, TPD welcomes any concerned citizen to contact them at 229-227-3249 for a free safety seat inspection.


Council Welcomes Young, Honorary Mayor

From left: Mandy West, Cynthia Williams, McKenna Williams, Mayor Max Beverly

The City Council recognized a bright, young citizen during Monday’s meeting for being selected as the Georgia Municipal Association  District 10 winner for the "If I Were Mayor, I Would..." essay contest. McKenna. Williams is a sixth grade student at Thomas County Middle School.
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Magistrate Court Temporarily Relocated

The Magistrate Court Department has been temporarily relocated to 448 Smith Avenue while renovations are being made to the Bobby Hines Jail Justice Center.