ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany City Leaders say Police Chief James Younger's departure from the department won't come sooner than expected.
Younger had the option of leaving his post sooner than his resignation date of December 31st because of vacation time he earned. We confirmed Friday, He will remain on the job until the end of the year. The Chief's position has been posted on the city's website with a salary between $62,475 and $94,239.
While the applications will be sent to the city, they'll turn them over to the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police who will screen the applicants and present five to seven qualified applicants to the city to be interviewed. The closing date for applications is January fourth.
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