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Writer/Publisher Announces Re-election Bid For Macon City Council




Rick Hutto, currently a member of Macon City Council representing Ward 1, Post 2, recently today his candidacy for election to Ward 1, Post 1, elected City-wide.  “I’ve been representing all the residents of Macon, no matter where they live, and decided to go ahead and make it official,” Hutto said.  Hutto is currently Chairman of the Public Works & Engineering Committee, as well as Chairman of the Rules Committee, and serves on the Employee Development and Compensation Committee where he chaired a subcommittee last year that explored the costs of creating a well-deserved pay scale for the City’s employees.

“We have to restore fiscal responsibility to the City of Macon, but it is just as important that we restore faith in our local government and in ourselves.  My wife and I chose to live in Macon and I want our children to return here by their choice when they finish their formal education,” said Hutto.  “We are rightfully proud of our distinguished history but we should be just as enthusiastic about our future,” Hutto concluded.

Hutto is a writer and book publisher and is currently a finalist for Georgia Author of the Year in the biography category.  He was formerly a practicing attorney and development consultant who raised funds for Mercer University, Wesleyan College, the Tubman African-American Museum, and the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Hutto is the former Chairman of the Macon-Bibb County Convention & Visitors Bureau and is or has been a member of the boards of the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce, Macon Rotary Club, Hay House, Historic Macon, Macon Arts, Douglass Theatre, and Historic Rose Hill Cemetery Foundation.

Hutto served as White House Appointments Secretary to the Carter Family and was Governor Zell Miller’s appointee as Chairman of the Georgia Council for the Arts.  He and his wife and children are active members of St. Joseph’s Church and have lived in East Macon for fourteen years.  Hutto is a graduate of the University of Georgia and of Mercer University’s law school.




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