Wednesday, September 17, 2014

PTC police chief resigns


By Pat Cooper

Though more information is to come from city hall, word has come down that the embattled chief of the Peachtree City Police department has resigned his position as of the end of the month.

According to city manager Jim Pennington, who is on vacation and communicating via phone, he could only confirm that Chief H.C. "Skip" Clark's resignation is effective July 31 and he is currently on leave.

Mayor Vanessa Fleisch said Monday that she believed assistant police chief William McCollom will be acting as interim chief as a search for a replacement is initiated.

On Monday, Peachtree City Public Information Officer Betsy Tyler said the city will be releasing more information in the afternoon.

The whole story will appear in the Wednesday edition of Today in Peachtree City and the Fayette County News.


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