Mosley Named as Troup County’s New Assistant County Manager

Mosley Named as Troup County’s New Assistant County Manager

October 17th, there was a very special announcement made by the County Commissioners regarding a position within their ranks. For quite some time, the County has been searching for an Assistant County Manager to help fill some of the various duties that the office needs. That Tuesday morning, the County named Eric Mosley as the new Assistant County Manager.

In a statement to Troup County News, Mosley stated that he and his family are excited to be moving to Troup County and to be diving right into many of the great opportunities in the area. Mosley is currently serving in this position in Spalding County where he has been for the past three years. Before this, he worked for the State for 15 years and has vast experience with public safety matters, fire and emergency management, and several other fields. What follows is a statement from Troup County about the arrival of Mr. Mosley as the new Assistant County Manager: “Troup County Board of Commissioners’ Chairman Patrick Crews today announced during its scheduled Board of Commissioner’s meeting that Eric L. Mosley has been named as Assistant County Manager, effective January 2nd, 2018. This recent announcement concludes an exhaustive search over the past few months that identified several competitive and qualified candidates.

Mr. Mosley brings with him a wealth of knowledge in professional management, planning, and project implementation welcomed in Troup County. “Mosley’s specific public safety background combined with an excellent ability at forming and maintaining partnerships, organizational and budgetary experience, communications skills, and his ability to thrive while under pressure make him the ideal candidate for this critical leadership role”, said County Manager,TodTentler. Mosley comes to this position from the Spalding County Board of Commissioners where he currently serves as the Assistant County Manager.

Mr. Mosley received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Educational Leadership from Toccoa Falls College where he graduated with honors in 1999. Mr. Mosley along with his wife Joy and their two children Scout (age 9) and Nash (age 6) will be relocating to Troup County within the next few months. We are really looking forward to welcoming Eric and his family to the Troup County area.”

Contributions from Jeremy Andrews Copy Editor This past Tuesday morning,

Eric Mosley