2018-01-31 / Front Page

Crozier leaving for USGS job

Jamey Crozier Jamey Crozier The News learned this week Early County Economic Development Director Jamey Crozier has taken a job with the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The USGS, a bureau of the United States Department of the Interior, is a fact-finding research organization with no regulatory responsibility.

Crozier began his duties as Early County Economic Development Director with the Early County Development Authority in March 2015.

The city, county and development authority had developed an agreement which, in part, provides for “...various economic development services and activities, including the funding of the Authority’s Economic Development Director staff position and various costs related thereto and related to the operation of the Authority...”

Crozier earlier served as Deputy Director/Ag Advisor for six years with Congressman Sanford Bishop.

Returning to Southwest Georgia, he served a brief tenure as Clay County administrator, before returning to Blakely and joining the staff at Bank of Early.

He is the son of Don and the late Joy Crozier of Blakely and a 1996 graduate of ECHS. He attended Valdosta State University where he earned degrees in environmental geography and geology, and earned a master of public administration degree from Albany State in 2007.

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