ELLIJAY, Ga. – “Privileged to have Travis Crouch as our Post 2 Commissioner” is how Chairman Charlie Paris described the four-year term of his colleague.
During their December Regular Session, and consequently Crouch’s final meeting as a Post Commissioner, the Board of Commissioners offered a token of gratitude to Crouch for his service. A plaque was given to Crouch as Paris and Post 1 Commissioner Dallas Miller offered their thanks and pride in serving alongside him.
Miller offered a few words as well saying, “You’ve done well, I appreciate it. I know our citizens have been better because of your service. I thank you.”
As Crouch begins to step down at the end of this month, he will still be Gilmer’s Post 2 Commissioner until January 1 should a situation arise needing a special called meeting or similar requirement.
Crouch spoke of his term by noting that he enjoyed working with the Board saying, “We’ve seen eye-to-eye sometimes and sometimes we haven’t, but I feel like we’ve worked together well and I appreciate that.”