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May 18, 2007

Tifton-- The city of Tifton has a new City Manager.  Mike Vollmer received a heroes like welcome this morning, when it was announced that he would soon be the city's new manager. The former ABAC President said he's glad to be back in his hometown of Tifton.

"This is a real privilege for me coming back home. I spent the majority of my career, almost thirty years up in Atlanta. I had the privilege of working on some things statewide. This gives me a chance to come back to my home town and really try and make an impact with local citizens" said Vollmer.

Vollmer retired in December as  Georgia's Commissioner of Adult and Technical Education.

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