City Edition
July 1, 2019
July Events
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Community Development
Summer Campers Connecting the Rain Drops
To raise awareness the Stormwater Management Division taught summer campers what can be done in daily activities to reduce pollution associated with stormwater runoff!
Municipal Court
Judge Ashley Deadwyler-Heuman 
Associate Judge Appointed for Municipal Court
Judge Deadwyler-Heuman was appointed Associate Judge to the Perry Municipal Court on June 18, 2019. She graduated from Mercer Law School in 2010. Since that time she has spent her legal career focused on criminal justice issues, first working with the Georgia Justice Project on recidivism and prisoner reentry issues and later founding her own law firm in 2013. Read more .
Public Works
Minnows help stormwater ponds
The City of Perry worked with Clark Buford Bait to deliver minnows to various city-maintained stormwater ponds. Minnows will help with mosquitoes and the general health of these ponds.

The City continuously looks at environmental friendly processes to improve our facilities, resources and the overall well being of our community for our residents. Let's hear it for the minnows!
Leisure Services
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Finance
Public Sale of Surplus Property
City of Perry has declared certain property surplus, and it is being offered for public sale. Sealed bids are being accepted and will be awarded to the highest bidder. The minimum bid to be accepted per item is $100.00. All items will be available for viewing on Tuesday, July 2, 2019 between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. at the City of Perry Maintenance Shop located at 500 Ball Street, Perry GA 31069.

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Police
New Officer, Jason Seaman
We are pleased to welcome Officer Jason Seaman to the Perry Police Department. Officer Seaman is a Master Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps Reserve with 24 years of honorable service. He attended Western Illinois University and has several years of certified law enforcement experience. Officer Seaman also brings several state and federal certifications with him to the Perry Police Department. Welcome aboard Officer Seaman!
Do not fall victim to con artists!
Each year, thousands fall victim to con artists. Con artists infiltrate peoples lives in numerous ways through computers and mailers in well-established newspapers and magazines. The elderly are particularly vulnerable, but the reality is, all kinds of people are robbed of billions of dollars every year by con artists. Some of the steps that can be taken to protect yourself are: never give personal information over the phone, including credit card numbers, phone numbers, social security numbers or bank information, and never call a 900 number to “claim a prize”. Always remember – if it seems too good to be true – it generally is! Reporting frauds of any kind is vital. Report any suspected con schemes to the police. Don’t let embarrassment keep you from helping others from becoming the next victim of a scam!

Fire and Emergency Services
Fire Alarms in Apartment Buildings
Large apartment buildings are built to keep people safe from fire. Fire alarm systems detect smoke and fire. They will warn residents of danger.

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