Tag Archives: Edward Reynolds

City of Bainbridge Leaders Take Oath of Office, Amanda Glover Recognized for Service as President of Georgia Downtown Association

Press Release At Tuesday night’s meeting of the Bainbridge City Council, Edward Reynolds was given the Oath-of-Office as he prepares for his third term as the Mayor of Bainbridge.  Councilwoman Glennie Bench, Councilman Phil Long, and Councilman Derrick McDowell were also reinstated by David Kendrick, State Court Judge.  Mayor Reynolds was also thrilled to recognize Downtown Development Director Amanda Glover… Read More »

Bainbridge Public Safety Officer Gets K9 Partner

The Bainbridge Public Safety Department welcomed a new member of the squad this week.  Officer Jayson Myers, a 3 and a half year veteran of the force will be handling “Kenzo” who is trained in narcotics detection and tracking.  In a facebook post, BPS noted that the duo had recently completed training in Dooly County and would be hitting… Read More »

Bainbridge mayor discusses taxes, hospital, recreation and more on Jesus and Jammin’ radio show

In related news, Bainbridge Mayor Edward Reynolds wwas a guest on the Jesus and Jammin’ morning show on Wednesday, Sept. 2. Mayor Reynolds talked with J & J co-host Kevin Dowdy about Decatur County commissioners’ proposed millage rate increase, as well as funding of the Memorial Hospital Authority and the new Recreation Authority that will begin operating in… Read More »

Bainbridge City Council to hold public hearing on 2016 budget; Mayor to talk on radio show

The Bainbridge City Council will hold the first public hearing on its Fiscal Year 2016 operating budget tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 101 S. Broad Street. Among the items in the new budget is a proposed 2 percent cost of living raise for City of Bainbridge employees. You can view a memo… Read More »

Students share ideas in ‘If I Were Mayor…’ essay contest

Two middle school students from Bainbridge, Michael Conder and Piper Loeffler, were recognized as the local winners of the ‘If I Were Mayor…’ essay contest. In the essay contest, organized by the Georgia Municipal Association and local city councils, students are asked to write about how they would run local government if given the chance to serve as… Read More »