‘I’ve always enjoyed government and politics’

Litchfield Park Mayor Thomas L. Schoaf (Submitted Photo)

By Kelly O’Sullivan | Your Valley

Matthew Williams was working toward bachelor’s degrees in history and political science at North Georgia College when he decided to pursue a career in city management, but his passion for municipal service was stoked much earlier.

As a child, Litchfield Park’s new city manager often accompanied his grandfather to the city hall in his hometown in Georgia.

“I’ve always enjoyed government and politics,” Mr. Williams said during a recent interview in his office at Litchfield Park City Hall.


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