Hogansville City Manager resigns

Published 11:38 pm Monday, June 20, 2022

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Jonathan Lynn

Following a nearly four-hour executive session Monday night⁠— the topic of which was personnel exemption ⁠— the Hogansville City Council voted unanimously to accept the resignation of the city’s manager, Jonathan Lynn.

Councilmember Mandy Neese agreed to the motion first, followed by councilmember Matthew Morgan.

Topics of the Hogansville City Council meeting included a public comment from resident Paul Darden to request the Hogansville City Council investigate the recent departure of Hogansville Police officer Ryan Loubet. The LaGrange Daily News requested records from the city of Hogansville related to Loubet’s departure on Thursday, June 16. As of Monday, the LDN has not received the records requested.

Lynn was hired as Hogansville city manager in June 2020.

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