Madison Rose is a sophomore majoring in Journalism on a pre-PA track with a minor in Spanish. After school, she hopes to be a physician assistant and freelance write on the side. She is currently a GA reporter for The State News.
Madison RoseWilliamston City Hall on Sept. 27, 2021, the night that Williamston City Council approved Schmidt’s resignation. Corey Schmidt will officially step down from his role as Williamston City Manager on Nov. 8, 2021. “I submitted that notice with a heavy heart,” Schmidt said.
Madison Rose(L-R) City Treasurer Rachel Piner, Police Chief Jim Wolf, Councilmember Daniel Rhines, Councilmember Tommy Pratt, Councilmember Brandon Lanyon, Mayor Tammy Gilroy, Mayor Pro-Tem Noah Belanger, two empty seats for the absent Councilmember Terry Hansen and the Councilmember vacancy, City Manager Corey Schmidt, City Attorney Timothy Perrone and City Clerk Holly Thompson. Williamston City Council returns for a meeting for the first time in a month after the cancellation of the Sept. 13 meeting. This cancellation left the council with a lengthy action items list to review. City Manager Corey Schmidt resigns to focus on family
The Williamston City Council meeting featured a more personal touch as council members were tasked with approving the resignation of City Manager Corey Schmidt.