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Two Forsyth County employees recognized for 25 years of service

by Aldo Nahed

April 30, 2013

From left: Forsyth County Commissioner Brian Tam, Forsyth County Sheriff’s Lt. James Poe, Commission Chairman R.J. Pete Amos, Commissioners Jim Boff, Todd Levent and Cindy Jones Mills and Forsyth County Director of Water and Sewer Tim Perkins.
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — At their April 18 meeting, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners recognized two employees for their years of service with Forsyth County government. Lt. James Poe, with the sheriff’s office, and Director of Water and Sewer Tim Perkins were each recognized for reaching 25 years of service with the county.

<i>This article was published in the Forsyth Herlad May 2, 2013 edition<i/>