The GHSA’s board of trustees voted 5-3 on Monday to ask executive director Gary Phillips, standing, to resign. The executive committee will vote on the measure, sparked by legislation regarding the GHSA and a new association, at a special meeting Monday morning in Thomaston.
The GHSA’s board of trustees voted 5-3 on Monday to ask executive director Gary Phillips, standing, to resign. The executive committee will vote on the measure, sparked by legislation regarding the GHSA and a new association, at a special meeting Monday morning in Thomaston. Ron Seibel rseibel@macon.com
The GHSA’s board of trustees voted 5-3 on Monday to ask executive director Gary Phillips, standing, to resign. The executive committee will vote on the measure, sparked by legislation regarding the GHSA and a new association, at a special meeting Monday morning in Thomaston. Ron Seibel rseibel@macon.com

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