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Megathlin Reappointed to Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

Savannah, GA—William L. Megathlin, assistant to the president for strategic initiatives at Armstrong Atlantic State University, has been reappointed as a member of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council of the State of Georgia. The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council is a statewide body responsible for providing leadership to coordinate, intensify, and make more effective the components of the criminal justice system at all levels of government.

Governor Barnes formally thanked Megathlin for his willingness to continue serving as a member of the council. He described Megathlin's service to the council and the ideas and experience he has contributed as "very valuable to the State of Georgia."

Megathlin was one of seven members sworn in by Governor Barnes during a ceremony at the State Capitol in Atlanta. The members—representing Athens, Atlanta, Columbus, Madison, Savannah, Sparta, and Snellville, Georgia—were all sworn in for a one-year term to conclude July 2003.

 

March 21, 2002

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