College Park appoints mayor pro-tem

Councilman Tracey Wyatt represents the city’s Ward 3. City of College Park.

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Councilman Tracey Wyatt represents the city’s Ward 3. City of College Park.

The College Park City Council recently approved the appointment of Councilman Tracey Wyatt as mayor pro-tem for 2017. Councilmen Ambrose Clay and Joe Carn moved and seconded the motion, respectively.

The council also approved Wyatt, who represents the city’s Ward 3, as appointee to the Clayton County Municipal Association Board of Directors, and Mayor Jack Longino as appointee to the South Fulton Municipal Association.

The council also adopted a resolution petitioning the U.S. Congress to direct the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to develop a new noise measure model, and provide funding for a new round of noise insulation for noise impacted homes.

The mayor and council deferred the consideration of supplemental state lobbying services and amendments to the city’s code of ethics until their Jan. 17 regular meeting.