August 18th, 2021 – 5:00 PM
WRGA Staff Reports –
Rome City Commissioner Randy Quick has announced his bid for re-election in his district of Ward Two.
“Over the last four years, by working together, we have: Provided long overdue competitive wages for the brave individuals who serve in public safety developed effective incentives to bring quality economic growth, workforce housing, and new retail opportunities, continued to grow the educational elements that develop career pathways for our children to find good-paying jobs right here at home, creating a downtown area that serves as a role model for the entire state of Georgia and remained focused on raising the quality of life of all our citizens. When faced with a global pandemic, our city departments continued to provide the same high levels of service without interruption. I truly believe the best gift a person can give back to their home is their service. As a lifelong resident of Rome, it will be an honor to continue my work with our city’s strong leadership to build a better future for us all.”
Elected in 2017, Commissioner Quick has served on General Administration, Finance, Public Safety, Public Works, Community Development, Downtown Development Authority, Redevelopment Committee, Rome/Floyd County Planning Commission, Joint Services, Alcohol Control Commission, Clean Community Commission, Litter and Blight Task Force and the Water and Sewer Committee.
During his time of service, Commissioner Quick has also completed more than 120 hours of training from the Harold F. Holtz Municipal Institute, a cooperative effort of the Georgia Municipal Association and the University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute of Government.
In late September of this year, Commissioner Quick will be one of forty elected officials from the state to participate in the Robert E. Knox Jr. Municipal Leadership Institute.