2018-02-07 / Other Jenkins News

Window to the Past!

Cotton Avenue Dedication!


Shown during the June 11, 2010 dedication ceremony for improvements to Cotton Avenue are, from left, Chamber Directors Clay Boulineau and Terri Reeves; City Council members, Darrel Clifton, Lee Ward Williams and Jane Johnson; Mayor King Rocker; State Representative Jon Burns; City Councilman James Ford; City Manager Lamar Faircloth; Millen Better Hometown Manager Art Johnson; and Chamber Executive Director Paula Herrington. Improvements to Millen’s downtown street were made possible through two Transportation Enhancement grants awarded the City of Millen by the Georgia Department of Transportation. Shown during the June 11, 2010 dedication ceremony for improvements to Cotton Avenue are, from left, Chamber Directors Clay Boulineau and Terri Reeves; City Council members, Darrel Clifton, Lee Ward Williams and Jane Johnson; Mayor King Rocker; State Representative Jon Burns; City Councilman James Ford; City Manager Lamar Faircloth; Millen Better Hometown Manager Art Johnson; and Chamber Executive Director Paula Herrington. Improvements to Millen’s downtown street were made possible through two Transportation Enhancement grants awarded the City of Millen by the Georgia Department of Transportation.

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