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Mike McCoy named as assistant county administrator Mike McCoy named as assistant county administrator
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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

January 5, 2009

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A decade long employee of Dougherty County will be promoted to second in command in the county.

Mike McCoy currently serves as the Director of Solid Waste at the Dougherty County landfill. McCoy and more than 100 others applied to be the assistant County Administrator, a position that opened when Thomas Thomas resigned.

McCoy's solid work performance, along with his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering and Masters in Public Administration put him above the competition.

"It means it's an opportunity to fill a goal and an objective that I've had for many years," said McCoy.

McCoy will continue to serve as the director of solid waste until his replacement is hired.

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