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Billy Peppers

Director of the Office of Downtown Development

Georgia Department of Community Affairs

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Georgia Department of Community Affairs

60 Executive Park South, NE

Atlanta, Georgia,30329

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Economic Development

City of Woodstock


Affiliations

Cherokee County Roads

Board Member


Dynamic Digital Advertising LLC

Board Member


Member Since

Assistant Secretary Treasurer


Education

bachelor's degree

political science

University of Georgia


degree

political science

University of Georgia


Web References(87 Total References)


Cartersville-Bartow | News | Cartersville earns 'Downtown Development Program of the Year' honors

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Front row (left to right) Billy Peppers, Director, Office of Downtown Development; Lara Jeanneret, DDA board; Tara Currier, DDA/Main Street manager; Nancy Jackson, DDA chair; Andy Bowen, DDA board; and Tommy Lowmon, Georgia Downtown Association President.
Billy Peppers, Director of the Office of Downtown Development, reflected that "Every year the competition gets harder and harder.


CDFA - Online Resource Database Search

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Billy Peppers with Georgia Department of Community Affairs shares multiple case studies involving the Georgia Main Street program.


www.ledgernews.com

• One week after terminating Glen Cummins' city manager contract, the City of Canton named Billy Peppers as the sole finalist for the job in May.
Peppers had been announced as the sole finalist as city manager last year after former manager Scott Wood resigned. Peppers later withdrew his name from consideration. He is a resident of Canton and recently worked for the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. He previously worked for the City of Woodstock as the director of economic development services. Before that, he was the executive director of the Woodstock Downtown Development Authority.


choosealbany.com

The "Downtowns on the Rise" discussion, led by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs' Billy Peppers, Heather Pendergast with the College Hill Alliance of Macon, Uptown Columbus' Richard Bishop and interim Albany Downtown Manager Sharlene Cannon, was part of Mayor Dorothy Hubbard's ongoing Coalition for Economic Development series.
Peppers provided an overview of statewide downtown redevelopment projects, while Pendergast focused on a specific neighborhood in Macon and Bishop the revitalization of Columbus' uptown sector, specifically along the Chattahoochee River.


patch.com

Billy Peppers Named Canton's Next City Manager
Peppers, the former economic development director for the city of Woodstock, will begin his new role June 15. Billy Peppers Named Canton's Next City Manager The City Council at its called meeting on Monday voted to hire Billy Peppers as the next city manager. Council members voted 4-1, with Hooky Huffman opposing, to appoint Peppers to the position. Mayor Gene Hobgood said Peppers will start June 15, and will have an annual salary of $120,000. Along with medical benefits, Peppers will have a monthly car allowance of $600, a city-issued cell phone and laptop computer and the standard vacation and sick leave granted to all employees. Peppers is the former economic development director for the city of Woodstock. He also served as the executive director of the Woodstock Downtown Development Authority and director of Main Street Woodstock. He left the city in 2013 to take a job as the director of downtown development with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. Peppers was the sole candidate for the position, which became vacant earlier last month with the resignation of former City Manager Glen Cummins. After Peppers withdrew is name as finalist, Cummins then submitted his name to be considered for the post.


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