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November 18, 2005

Lee County- He's helped one of the fastest growing counties in Georgia with its growing pains and now he's saying good bye. Lee County Administrator Langford Holbrook resigned Thursday. He's going to work at the University of Georgia's Fanning Institute.

Over the last 12 years Holbrook worked as the county's first land use planner, assistant county administrator, and for the last four years was the Lee County Administrator. At UGA, he'll be one of 25 Public Faculty Service Associates.

"This opportunity with the Fanning Institute will let me help more local governments in the state, get back a little more to planning, city planning type issues," said Langford Holbrook, Lee Co. Administrator.

Holbrook's last day is December 30. In October, Holbrook was featured on the cover of Georgia Trend magazine as one of the state's Top 40 under 40 business people.

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