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City of Irwinton, Georgia cityhall

Irwinton was named for former Georgia governor, Jared Irwin and currently serves as the county seat for Wilkinson County. Irwinton was incorporated in 1904, but has history dating back to the Civil War. The first courthouse and brick school were burned by General Sherman's army as they were on their famous 'March to the Sea' campaign during the Civil War. Currently, the population of Irwinton is approximately seven hundred. Four of Wilkinson County's other cities (Ivey, Gordon, Toomsboro, and McIntyre) are located within about fifteen miles from Irwinton.

Address

P.O. Box 359
Irwinton, GA 31042
tel: (478) 946-7144

Elected Officials
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Mayor - Edna Brown

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Council Member - Jeff Edgens 

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Council Member - Cornelia Byington

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Council Member - Leonard Owens

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Council Member - Harvey Curry

Key Municipal Personnel

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City Auditor - Clyde Wright, PC

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City Attorney - Jon Helton

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City Clerk - Lisa Brooks

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Police Chief - C.J. Croy

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Fire Chief - Gary Brown

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Water Superintendent - Roger Ford

State Legislative Delegation
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Senator Robert Brown (D-20)

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Representative Allen Freeman (R-140)

Miscellaneous Information
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Council Meets: Second Tuesday

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Form of Government: Mayor-Council

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Full-Time Employees: 4

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GMA District: 11th

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RDC: Middle Georgia

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Motorcade: Central State

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Congressional District: 11th

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State Senate District: 26th

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State House District: 123rd

sources:
Middle Georgia Regional Development Center
1996 GMA Annual Directory And Buyers' Guide

Copyright © 1997
Wilkinson County, Georgia