ATLANTA — Bryan County Commissioner Carter Infinger recently was named as the 2012-13 second vice chairman of the Association County Commissioners of Georgia Public Safety and the Courts Policy Committee.
The appointment was made by ACCG President Clinton Perry.
The committee considers issues pertaining to the funding and administration of the court system, criminal justice, public safety, law enforcement, corrections, jails and 911 operations.
The committee also looks at alternatives to incarceration as a means of limiting the fiscal and social costs on county government. Additionally, the committee handles issues including emergency management, disaster relief and civil defense.
“I am pleased to have the opportunity to serve as second vice chairman of this committee and to work on legislative issues that have a direct impact on our community,” Infinger said.
Infinger will lead the committee with Chairman Maurice Raines from Upson County and Vice Chairman Keith Jones from Mitchell County.
“It is good for our county that our commissioners get involved with issues at the state level and I know Carter will do a great job,” Bryan County Commission Chairman Jimmy Burnsed said.
For more information, go to www.accg.org.