Mayor McIntosh Awarded Inaugural ‘Starr’ Award
for Downtown Moultrie

The Georgia Cities Foundation awarded Moultrie Mayor Bill McIntosh with the inaugural “Starr Award,” which recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution toward creating a unique and vibrant environment in the downtown area of a city in Georgia. The award, presented at the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) Annual Convention, is given annually in memory of Mike Starr, who served as the Georgia Cities Foundation’s President for two decades until his death in 2019.

Pam Session, Mayor McIntosh, and Susan Starr

Greensboro City Development, LLC Named 2019 Renaissance Award Winner

The Georgia Cities Foundation has selected Greensboro City Development, LLC and its principals, John and Nathan McGarity as the recipients of its 2019 Renaissance Award. The Renaissance Award recognizes an individual or organization that has made a significant contribution to the revitalization of one or more of Georgia’s cities. The recipient must have demonstrated a great passion for vibrant, healthy cities and must have committed significant financial resources to projects that have stimulated quality development and investment in cities.

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John McGarity, Nathan McGarity, and Pam Sessions
 
Foundation Project Impacts
277 New Downtown Businesses
1573 New Jobs Downtown
$133.9 Million in Private Investments
8 Cultural Facilities
288 Downtown Housing Units
157 Hotel Units Downtown
1,264,235 Redevelopment Floor Area sf
193,583 New Construction sf