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Moffett Runs For Macon

City Council Seat




By Amanda Smith



Economic development professional Keith Moffett has recently announced his candidacy for the Macon City Council seat at Ward 1, Post 1.


Moffett attended Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, Georgia where he received Associate Degrees in Electronic Technology and Nuclear Science Technology.  He then obtained a Bachelors of Science in Business and Information Technology from Macon State College, after which he received a Masters Degree from Wesleyan College. 


After spending 9 years aboard two Trident submarines as an Electronic Technician for the U.S. Navy, Keith worked with the Macon Economic Development Commission and is currently working towards his goal of becoming a Certified Economic Development Professional.


For the past two years, Keith has served as Regional Project Manager/Entrepreneurial & Small Business for the Georgia Department of Economic Development.  Region Six comprises the twenty counties that make up Middle Georgia.  In this capacity, Keith promotes local economic development authority leadership and assists development authorities in improving and promoting their products and services.


Since graduating from the 2003 Leadership Macon class, Keith is now enrolled in the 2006 Class of Leadership Georgia.  He was recently named one of the state’s Top 40 Under 40 by Georgia Trend Magazine and hosts a live call-in television show entitled “Law Call.”


Keith has a vision for a Macon in the “Best of Times.”  He supports revitalization of downtown Macon and all historic neighborhoods, accessible and open government, and alternative energy programs.  He would like to work toward better economic development for new and existing industries, quality education and activities for our youth, new and better programs for our senior citizens, and safer communities.


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