Tuesday September 1st, 2015 2:12PM

Dawson, Habersham residents among new members of regional water planning council

By Ken Stanford Reporter
ATLANTA - Residents of Dawson and Habersham counties are among newly appointed members of the Coosa-North Georgia Regional Water Planning Council.<br /> <br /> Gov. Deal made the appointments:<br /> <br /> James F. Petty (reappointment)<br /> Crandall, Murray County<br /> <br /> Frank M. Riley, Jr. (reappointment)<br /> Hiawassee, Towns County<br /> <br /> Sherry Ann Morris (reappointment)<br /> Epworth, Fannin County<br /> <br /> David D. Ashburn (reappointment)<br /> Rock Spring, Walker County<br /> <br /> Thomas S. O'Bryant (reappointment)<br /> Sautee-Nacoochee, White County<br /> <br /> H. Haynes Johnson (reappointment)<br /> Jasper, Dawson County<br /> <br /> Brooke C. Anderson<br /> Dawsonville, Dawson County<br /> <br /> Lamar F. Paris (reappointment)<br /> Blairsville, Union County<br /> <br /> Donald E. Anderson, Jr.<br /> Cornelia, Habersham County<br /> <br /> James C. Irby, Jr.<br /> Cornelia, Habersham County <br /> <br /> W. Irwin Bagwell<br /> Cave Spring, Floyd County<br /> <br /> Anne H. Kaiser<br /> Rome, Floyd County<br /> <br /> Jamie L. Doss<br /> Rome, Floyd County<br /> <br /> W. David Gattis<br /> Ringgold, Catoosa County<br /> <br />
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