Decatur City Commission will elect mayor, swear-in new members
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The Decatur City Commission will hold its first meeting of the year on Jan. 6 and one of the commissioners’ first acts will be selecting a mayor and mayor pro-tem.
Unlike other cities, Decatur’s mayor is a commissioner elected by fellow commissioners. Patti Garrett currently serves as the city’s mayor and told Decaturish she’s interested in being reelected to that role.
Three commissioners will also be sworn-in, including two new commissioners who won the Nov. 5 municipal elections. The current Mayor Pro Tem Tony Powers won reelection and he will be joined by newcomers Lesa Mayer and George Dusenbury. Powers said he is also seeking reelection as Mayor Pro Tem.
The City Commission meets at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall located at 509 North McDonough Street. All meetings are open to the public.
Commissioners will also appoint a city attorney and municipal court judges. To see the full agenda, click here.
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