- LIVED IN DISTRICT 4, DOUGLAS COUNTY, FOR 38 YEARS.
- Retired as Douglas County Tax Commissioner in 2008 after 28 years.
- Served as President, Vice President, and Second Vice President of the Georgia Association of Tax Officials (GATO).
- Served as Chair of Modernization Committee several years for GATO.
- Served as President and Vice President of the Tax Commissioners Technology Association (TCtech).
- Served on Steering Committee with State officials to implement the state-wide tag system.
- Served on Steering Committee with state and county officials to implement on-line emission testing.
- Served on Technology Board for Douglas County Courthouse.
- Founder and leader of a Celebrate Recovery (program for hurts, habits, and hang-ups) for over 5 years at Ephesus Baptist Church.
- Served 10 years on Board of Community Character Coalition of Douglas County & currently serves as Chair of that Board.
- Currently serving on the S.H.A.R.E. House Board.
- Member at Ephesus Baptist Church for 26 years.
- Married to Bob Guider; 4 children, 5 grand-children.
District 4 Town Hall Meeting at Dog River Library:
Post Road/Bankhead Highway/Mann Road/Mason Creek Road Intersection Reconstruction Project
The proposed project will add a traffic signal at the intersection of Bankhead Highway/Mann Road/Mason Creek Road; left-turn lanes in all directions; and right-turn lanes on Bankhead Highway and Mason Creek Road. The northern end of Post Road will be re-routed to Mason Creek Road so the existing angled intersection with Bankhead Highway will be eliminated. Conners Road North at Bankhead Highway will be re-aligned into a perpendicular intersection, and the angled intersection of Conners Road South with Bankhead Highway will be eliminated.
Please see downloadable document on the right-hand side of this page for a graphic of the proposed project.
Highway 5/Banks Mill Road/Pool Road/Dorsett Shoals Road Roundabout
The Georgia Department of Transportation is having their consultant team re-scope their ideas to include looking at other alternatives that have less impact to property owners. They are essentially going back to the drawing board. The plans have not yet changed, but will as the concept design moves forward. There likely will be another meeting in the future that shows more alternatives for the public to view and comment. The Douglas County DOT will stay deeply involved to make sure the new/changed alternatives make sense and have as little impact to the public as possible.