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Tony Tarnacki Appointed to Position of Assistant County Manager

Tony Tarnacki has been appointed to the position of Assistant County Manager effective March 27. Tarnacki will be replacing former Assistant County Manager Brandon Kenney who served in the role since 2021.

“Tony’s experience in management, local government and nearly 15 years spent as Chief Magistrate Judge in north Georgia made him an ideal candidate to help further lead Forsyth County’s vision for the future,” said County Manager David McKee. “We look forward to working with him in this role and we welcome Tony and his family to Forsyth County.”

Tarnacki will oversee the Planning & Community Development, Parks & Recreation, Code Enforcement & Animal Services, Senior Services and Public Transportation Departments.

Previous to Forsyth County, Tarnacki has served as Chief Magistrate Judge for Dawson County Magistrate Court since 2009 and as an Adjunct Criminal Justice Professor at the University of North Georgia since 2013. Tarnacki also has served as a Juvenile Court Investigator in the Dawson County District Attorney’s Office.

He holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, Bachelor of Business Administration and Management from the University of North Georgia and he is a graduate of South Forsyth High School.

An announcement regarding the appointment of a second Assistant County Manager to fill that vacancy will be made soon.

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