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New Limited Video Series Looks At How County Is “Investing In The Future”

Forsyth County’s latest video series, “Investing in the Future”, features round table discussions with various County leaders and elected officials as they discuss the current state of Forsyth County’s finances, transportation initiatives, public safety and more.

“We wanted our residents and stakeholders in the County to see all the factors and people behind large-impact decisions,” said County Manager Kevin Tanner. “No project is taken lightly.  We are investing in not only the current but also the future generations of this County for years to come.”

Tanner hosts the video series with guests that include CFO Marc Turk, Fire Chief Barry Head, Sheriff Ron Freeman, Water & Sewer Director Barry Lucas and Assistant County Managers David McKee and Brandon Kenney.

The five-episode series will be released weekly beginning Oct. 7 and will cover a variety of topics and projects:

  • Episode 1: The County’s Financial Outlook for 2023 and Beyond
  • Episode 2: Transportation Improvements and Proposed T-SPLOST
  • Episode 3: Public Safety Update with Fire Chief Barry Head and Sheriff Ron Freeman
  • Episode 4: New Forsyth County Government Campus Plans
  • Episode 5: Lake Lanier Water Intake Project Update Project Update

The series was filmed at East Forsyth County High School’s broadcast studio in partnership with the school’s Audio-Visual Technology and Film classes.

“Being able to work with the students interested in television and broadcast was a great experience,” said Forsyth County Interim Communications Director Russell Brown. “We greatly appreciate the partnership with the school board to make this production a reality while also giving students some real-world production experience.”

 All episodes will be available on the County’s YouTube channel as well as online at and TV Forsyth, Comcast Ch. 23 and AT&T Ch. 99.

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