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Greg resized

Georgia State Representative Greg Morris of District 156 resigned his seat effective April 15 and has taken a position on the Georgia Department of Transportation. This is a separate job, and not an additional one appointed to him as a State Representative.

Morris said he decided to seek the position after the sitting member resigned to serve on the Georgia Ports Authority and noted that it was a good time to make the change.

“I’ve been a State Representative for 22 years,” Morris said, “and I knew I was nearing my retirement. I didn’t want to leave the House, but there were several factors to consider. I’ve spent a lot of time away from my family, for one.”

As a department of Transportation member, Morris will help make decisions that will focus on the local area including highway, rail, and broadband communications.

“One of my concerns is safety on Interstate 16,” he said. “There’s a lot of truck traffic on that road, but that because of our economic success and the success of our ports in Savannah and Brunswick.”

Morris said he proud of the accomplishments he’s seen in the State of Georgia in the last two decades and sees great things in the future.

“Everything has to come to an end,” he said. “This was my time. I’ve had good times in the House and even the bad times were good times. I just thank the people of this District to giving me their confidence and allowing me to represent them for the last 22 years.”


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