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Mayor & Council
Jack P. Longino, Mayor
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The affairs of the City are conducted by a Mayor and Council consisting of five members. Under the City's Charter, all corporate powers are vested in the Mayor and the Council.

Mayor Jack Longino is the chief executive officer of the City. The Mayor presides at all meetings of the Mayor and Council and has a vote only in the case of a tie vote by the members of the Council.

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Ambrose Clay, Ward I
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Ambrose Clay was sworn in as Ward I Councilman on Monday, January 7, 2008. Councilman Clay is no stranger to politics, having served as a school board member of the Glen Ellyn School District 89, of Du Page County, Illinois. He was later elected President of that board.

Councilman Clay holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from M.I.T., a Masters in Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago, and has numerous hours of post-graduate management training.

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Joe Carn, Ward II
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Joe Carn took his oath of office in January 2006 and believes that a more responsive government and greater citizen participation will improve the quality of life for citizens of College Park.  Take a look at his latest newsletter for Ward II.Take a look at his latest newsletter for Ward II.

Carn is a graduate of the Innovations In Governance Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and has been a committee member of the Concerned Black Clergy for the past 3 years. He is the youngest member ever elected to the board of N.O.I.S.E., the National Organization to Insure a Sound Environment.

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Tracey Wyatt, Ward III
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Tracey Wyatt is a member of the College Park City Council, representing Ward III, a diverse area that includes Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the Godby/Old National corridor, and portions of College Park that are located in Clayton County. 

Councilman Wyatt serves on the board of directors for the Airport Area Kiwanis Club. Wyatt is also an active member of the Old National Merchants Association, and has played a vital role with College Park’s Business and Industrial Development Authority (BIDA).

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Roderick Gay, Ward IV
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Roderick Gay was sworn in as Ward IV Councilman on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 in College Park Council Chambers.  The husband and father of three is an 18-year resident, and has a deep family history in College Park that includes his great-grandmother and grandfather, who were loyal citizens.

Gay holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Tuskegee University, and a Master's of Public Administration from Depaul University.  He serves as Executive Director of a non-profit, and teaches on a part-time basis.

His interest in public service stems from his desire to solve the needs of the local community, while offering guidance to maintain a credible, visionary outlook for the city as a whole. 

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College Park City Hall
3667 Main St.
College Park, GA 30337
Phone: (404) 767-1537