Saturday, January 22, 2022
Goldsboro’s Assistant City Manager Retires

Goldsboro’s Assistant City Manager Retires

(GDN) — Goldsboro says goodbye to its Assistant City Manager. 

Randy Guthrie retired from the Assistant City Manager role on January 1st after more than 17 years with the city. 

At Monday’s meeting, the Goldsboro City Council approved a resolution honoring Guthrie’s service. 

City Manager Tim Salmon thanked Guthrie for all he had done for the city.

Salmon says just about everything from the downtown streetscape to the Bryan Multi-Sports Complex have “Randy’s hand prints all over it.”

Mayor David Ham wished Guthrie well in all of his future pursuits.

Randy Guthrie began his career in Goldsboro as the city’s Planning Director in 2004.  He was promoted to Assistant City Manager in 2013. 

Resolution expressing gratitude for Randy Guthrie’s service to the City of Goldsboro.
Assistant City Manager Randy addresses the Goldsboro City Council in March of 2021.
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