Sharon D. Subadan, MPS, CPM, CPFP and City Manager of Albany, GA, is recognized as a dynamic senior executive with strong organizational and leadership skills.  She is effective in implementing innovative programs and initiatives with considerable success in stimulating organizational change.

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Greta deMayo is the founder and owner of KAIZEN Collaborative, LLC.   Recognized as a leader for active transportation and recreation throughout the southeast, she is a registered landscape architect with a broad range of experience in bicycle/ pedestrian trails, parks, open spaces, and recreation planning and design.   In her 20+ years of practice in Atlanta,…

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Sworn in as Mayor of the City of Albany, Georgia on Monday, January 9, 2012, Dorothy Hubbard is an Americus native and a graduate of Sumter High School. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Education from Albany State University and a Masters of Education in Administration and Supervision from the University of…

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In January of 2019, Mr. McCoy was appointed as the Dougherty County Administrator. Prior to this, he served as an Assistant County Administrator. Mr. McCoy is an avid cyclist and enjoys outdoor recreational activities.

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Lonnie Wormley is an information technology professional with 25+ years of experience. Lonnie has worked in several industries from commercial pump manufacturing, clothing, and higher education. Currently, Lonnie is a retired web developer at Albany State University in Albany, Georgia Lonnie held several positions in the IT department at ASU since 2010.

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Here are links to the Flint River Trails and the Albany Sasser Rails to Trails master plan documents.  These documents were prepared for Albany/ Dougherty County, Georgia by KAIZENCOLLABORATIVE in May of 2017. Flint River Trails Albany Sasser Rails to Trails

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Lack of routine police patrol has resulted in the public’s perception of the Riverfront Trail being unsafe.

To ensure the resources and facilities associated with the Flint River Trails system are kept in a good, usable condition, a management plan should be established by the entities responsible for maintaining the greenway trail system. The management plan should outline the specific day-to-day operations required for long-term maintenance and should be updated annually. Comprised…

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Downtown Albany - Art Park

In order to excite and alert trail users to the new trail system, it needs to have a crisp, clean brand and an inviting amenity package. To create this sense of excitement and pride, a logo was developed unifying all the trails within the county. The accompanying amenity package was designed with local influences and…

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Existing Riverfront Trail

Introduction The Flint River Trails plan identifies over 21 miles of green way trail, 11 water trail access points, and over 600 acres of available land for additional mountain biking and equestrian trail opportunities within Dougherty County.  The steering committee concentrated the master plan along the Flint River as that is where most of the…

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