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John Adams Treutlen

Treutlen County is one of Georgia’s youngest counties, having been created in 1917 from portions of Emanuel and Montgomery counties. But we have much history and uniqueness. The county was named for John Adam Treutlen, the first governor of the State of Georgia, who vanished shortly after leaving office in January, 1778. He is believed to have been killed by British loyalists. The City of Soperton, the county seat and only currently incorporated municipality, traces its origins to the establishment of the Macon-Dublin-Savannah Railroad in the late 1800s. The city was named in 1903 after John Franklin Soper, a construction engineer for the railroad.

 

The county’s history has always been tied in some part to its vast green forests of southern yellow pine. The county was originally Creek Indian hunting lands opened by the Treaty of Augusta of 1783. It was primarily settled by small scale farmers from the Carolinas in the early and mid 1800s who were attracted by naval stores and the lumber industry. Its Indian frontier history is attested by the fact that one of the last Georgia forts to protect citizens from Indian attacks was built in 1793 on Berryhill’s Bluff on the Oconee River in Treutlen County, near Lothair.

Troup's Toomb

There are many known, as well as unrecorded, archaeological sites in Treutlen County. One of Georgia’s early governors, George M. Troup, whose terms in office were noted for the removal of Creek Indians from the state, is buried in Treutlen County. The marked historic site, “Troup’s Tomb,” is located on the site of one of Governor Troup’s many plantations, Rosemont Plantation, located near the Oconee River and the Lothair community in present-day Treutlen County (formerly Montgomery County).

 

pinetreesLeadership, the pine tree, and the environment have always played key roles in the development and history of Treutlen County and continue to do so. The county was established through concerted efforts of local citizens, particularly Senator Neil Gillis, Sr., who wanted to better control their own destiny and commerce. Senator Gillis’ legislative efforts also helped fund and establish forestry management in Georgia. The history of forestry in Georgia, and arguably of the entire South, was transformed through efforts and cooperation from Treutlen Countians.

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James Fowler

A local resident, James Fowler, created history when in the 1920s he plowed under his cotton fields and began planting pine trees as a crop. His efforts eventually resulted in the planting of seven million pine trees on 10,000 acres of his “Million Pines” Plantation. Fowler’s effort is the derivation of Soperton’s moniker, “The Million Pines City.” The efforts are now celebrated in a large, well-respected arts and crafts festival, the “Million Pines Arts and Crafts Festival,” held since 1972 on the first full weekend in November. The festival has the reputation of being Southeast Georgia’s largest and finest such festival.

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Charles Herty

Fowler’s efforts and local cooperation with Charles H. Herty spurred a national reforestation movement, led to the southern pulp and paper manufacturing industry, and some say the industrialization of the South. Charles Herty, with monetary support from the Georgia legislature and heavy cooperation from Treutlen County, proved in 1932 in his Savannah, Georgia laboratory that an acidic sulfite process could be used to make newsprint and white paper from young southern yellow pine trees. Herty had previously saved the southern pine tree from extinction by his invention of the Herty cup and gutter system to extract naval stores and rosin rather than killing the pine trees with deep cuts. On March 31, 1933, the local Treutlen County weekly newspaper, The Soperton News, became the first newspaper in the nation ever printed on paper made from southern pine trees. Between 1935 and 1940, 15 pulp and paper mills utilizing southern pines were built in the southern United States, simultaneously helping the South’s devastated economy recover and fostering reforestation and the management of southern pine forests as a renewable resource. It truly created the Southern pulpwood industry, and significantly increased the manufacturing base of the entire South’s economy.

 

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Hugh M. Gillis

hwy29The support of forestry management in Georgia, and other leadership support and advocacy for natural resources, conservation, and other development issues has been an ongoing legacy in Treutlen County. Senator Gillis’ son, Jim L. Gillis, Sr., was the first highway commissioner for the State of Georgia. Besides helping the Georgia economy by paving many roads, another accomplishment of note from Jim L. Gillis, Sr. was getting federal funding for a wide landscaped right of way for Georgia 29 north from Soperton during the FDR administration. It may have been one of the first highway beautification projects in the U.S. Senator Gillis’ grandson, Senator Hugh M. Gillis, became the longest serving legislator in the entire United States before his retirement in 2004, providing 56 years of service and leadership, particularly to forestry, agriculture, and natural resources.

 

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Jim L. Gillis, Jr
Senator Hugh Gillis’ brother, Jim L. Gillis, Jr., served for many decades on the Georgia Forestry Commission Board, and helped vigorously advance the idea for soil and water conservation through being a founding member of the Ohoopee River Soil and Water Conservation District. He also provided local leadership to the city and county, as well as fostering the U.S. Soil and Water Conservation Service, now the U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service. Mr. Jim L. Gillis, Jr. was also one of only two presidents of the American Turpentine Farmers Association, serving many years and helping maintain naval stores production as a viable industry in the U.S. well into the 20th Century. He continues to serve conservation well into his 90s and has been recognized as the longest serving conservation district board member in the nation(75years).

L.L. Pete Phillips

 

Another Treutlen Countian, Georgia Representative L.L. “Pete” Phillips, served in the Georgia legislature from 1969 until his death in 1986, and was widely cited as one of Georgia’s leading experts on environmental issues at the time of his passing. Rep. Phillips was attributed by the then Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources as having authored or co-authored many of Georgia’s early environmental laws. These included the landmark 1975 Erosion and Sedimentation Act, which helped convince many that environmental stewardship didn’t mean impairing economic growth. He also helped establish Georgia’s Environmental Facilities Authority, which has helped many Georgia local governments build wastewater treatment plants; the Dam Safety Act of 1978; and the Shoreline Assistance Act of 1979, among others.

 

In 2009, the Georgia Land Conservation Program surpassed the total of 100,000 acres of land protected for conservation, natural beauty, and ecological importance for future generations in Georgia since its 2005 inception. The land protected through conservation easement, which pushed the conserved total past 100,000 acres, was fittingly the 1,453 acre Jim L. Gillis Forest Legacy Easement in Treutlen and Laurens counties. The Gillis family continued a long history of forest and conservation stewardship through the timberharvesteasement donation, which permanently protected pristine and ecologically sensitive resources, including Anderson Pond, Pendleton Creek, and longleaf pine stands, in a working and managed pine forest.

 

Treutlen County thus continues with its important legacy for forestry management and utilization and natural resources and for other leadership. Come be a part of our enduring history, enjoy our immense natural beauty and opportunity, and make your own business or personal history!

 

 

(l-r)Comm. Mary Ann Carvin, Comm Hugh Brantley, Comm Alvin Wheeler, Comm Kimberly Edge, and Comm Cashaunda Smith
Commissioner Position Phone Number
Mary Ann Carvin Distict 1 912-529-3664
Hugh Brantley District 2 912-529-3664
Alvin Wheeler Chairmain-District 3 912-529-3664
Kimberly Edge Vice-Chairman District 4 912-529-3664
Cashaunda Smith District 5 912-529-3664

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chairman
Commissioner
Alvin Wheeler
Vice-Chairman
Commissioner
Kimberly Edge
Commissioner
Mary Ann Carvin
Commissioner
Hugh Brantley
Commissioner
Cashaunda Smith

 

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Position Person Phone Number
County Administrator Jim Crowdis 912-529-3664
Payroll Clerk Lois Byrd 912-529-3664
Acct. Payable Clerk Angie Hooks

912-529-3664

County Attorney Tom Everett 912-537-8875
911 Director Ron Bivins 912-529-3223
Chamber of Commerce Andrew Thompson 912-529-6868
Clerk of Court Connie Sumner 912-529-4215
County Coroner Greg Higgs 912-529-4242
County Surveyor    
Development Authority John Lee 912-529-4496
Emergency Management Director Sid Love 912-529-3223/3655
Library Mary Jane Smith 912-529-6683
Magistrate Court Judge Torri Hudson  
Moblie Home Inspector/Timber Inspector Bobby Cone  
Public Works Director    
Recreation Director    
Road Supervisor Harrell Dorsey  
School Superintendent Regina Harris 912-529-7101
Senior Center Mary Nell Newsome 912-529-6300
Sheriff Thomas H. Corbin 912-529-3222
Tax Assessor Chris Kight 912-529-4343
Tax Commissioner Marie Sumner 912-529-3213
Tourism Director    

 

 

 

County Departments

Treutlen County Commissioners

1830 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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County Administrator Jim Crowdis 912-529-3664 912-529-6062 jcrowdis@treutlen.net

County Clerk

Lois Byrd 912-529-3664 912-529-6062 treutlenboc@planttel.net
Acct. Payable Clerk Angie Hooks 912-529-3664 912-529-6062 angiehooks@planttel.net
         
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Chairman - Alvin Wheeler   Mon - Fri, 8 - 5
Vice Chairman - Kimberly Edge    
Commissioner - Mary Ann Carvin    
Commissioner - Hugh Brantley    
Commissioner - Cashaunda Smith    
         
Treutlen County Welcome Center

Treutlen County Welcome Center

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Soperton-Treutlen Chamber of Commerce

Soperton-Treutlen Chamber of Commerce

488 Second Street S.

P.O. Box 296

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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President Andy Thompson 912-529-6868 912-529-4385 agt_soperton@hotmail.com

Secretary

Tammy Walraven      
         
       

Hours of Operation

        Mon - Fri, 8 - 5
         
         
Treutlen County Board of Assessors

Treutlen County Board of Assessors

650 2nd St. S, Suite 105

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Department

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Chief Appraiser Chris Kight 912-529-4343 912-529-6838 tcta@planttel.net

Appraiser/Clerk/E911 Addressing Coor.

Laci McCord      
         
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Chris Kight - Chairman Don Woolf Hugh Beasley   Mon - Fri, 8 - 5
         
Treutlen County Board of Assessors Website: Click Here    
         
Treutlen County Probate & Magistrate Court

Treutlen County Probate & Magistrate Court
650 Second St. South
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Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Judge Torri M Hudson "TJ" 912-529-3342/4320 912-529-6838 tj4treutlen@yahoo.com

Chief Dep. Clerk

Jackie Gressinger      
         
       

Hours of Operation

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Treutlen County EMA

Treutlen County EMA

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Director Sid Love 912-529-3222    

 

       
         
         
         
Emergency Services

 

Dial 911 for Emergency or 912-529-5500

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Sheriffs Department Tommy Corbin 912-529-3222    

Soperton Police Dept.

Luke Kickliter 912-529-4221    
Treutlen Co. Fire Dept. Sid Love 912-529-6173    
Treutlen County EMS. Greg Higgs 912-529-4242    
Health Department   912-529-4217    
Coroner Greg Higgs 912-529-4242    
Victim Assistance Jennifer Edge 912-529-6290    
Animal Control City of Soperton 912-529-6174    
         
         
Treutlen County Sheriff's Department

Treutlen County Sheriff's Department

110 3rd St

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Sheriff Tommy Corbin 912-529-3222    

Treutlen Co. Jail

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Georgia Sex Offenders        
Fire Department

Soperton Fire Department

7921 Metter Road

P.O. Box 229

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Fire Chief Sid Love 912-529-6173 912-529-6996  

 

       
         
Georgia Forestry Commission 912-529-4741 For more Information on Seedlings Purchase, Burn Permits and other Forestry Needs Click Here
     
         
Department of Family and Children Services

Department of Family and Children Services

108 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Director Tangela Strickland 912-529-3757 912-529-4305  

 

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Treutlen County Board of Education

Treutlen County Board of Education

5040 Third Street South

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Superintendent Regina Harris. 912-529-7101 912-529-4226  
Middle/High School   912-529-7131    

Elementary School

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Chairman Alvin Heath     Hours of Operation
Vice-Chairman Jeff Raiford     Mon - Fri, 12 - 4:30
  Jon Hutcheson     per Board-Approved Work Schedule
  Leo Gillis    
  Demtria Noble      
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Treutlen County Recycling Center

Treutlen County Recycling Center

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  Woodrow Phillips 912-529-6988    

 

Jim Thompson 912-529-6988    
         
         
         
Treutlen County Road Department

Road Department

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Road Supervisor Harrell Dorsey 912-529-3986    

 

       
         
         
         
Treutlen County Development Authority

Treutlen County Development Authority

429 Parkview Drive, Suite 101

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Exective Director John Lee 912-529-4496 912-529-5228 johnlee@planttel.net

 

       
         
         
         
Recreation Department

Soperton-Treutlen Recreation Department

345 Ballpark Road

P.O. Box 229

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Director Alex Spivey 912-529-3001 912-529-6996 sopcityhall@planttel.net

 

       
         
         
         
Treutlen County Transit

Treutlen County Transit

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  Mary Polette 912-529-6306    

 

       
         
         
         
Treutlen County Library

Treutlen County Library

585 2nd Street

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Director Leard Daugety      

Branch Director

Mary Jane Smith 912-529-6683 912-529-6050 mjsmith@ocrl.org
         
         
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Branch of the Oconee Regional
Library System

Justine Gillis - Chair

   
Charles Ellington Mary Carter Lisa Byrd   Hours of Operation
Brenda Brown William Peterson Scott Heaton   Mon - Fri, 12 - 6
        Computer Operations
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Other hours subject to scheduling of classes and/or public meetings and shows.
Tours are welcomed and representatives of the Library are available for public speaking.
         
The Treutlen County Library is dedicated to making reading material and information resources available to all citizens of the county; to improving the literacy rate; to offering continuing education and to encouraging fine arts through educational programming. The library offers some 19,000 books; along with magazines, videos, books on tape, research material and computer use to more than 2600 card holders. It is a division of the Oconee Regional Library System headquartered in Dublin and is a part of the Pines Library System which spans the state of Georgia. As such, it can provide materials from libraries throughout the state to its patrons. It is handicap friendly and can provide materials for the disabled. A local history room holds information of interest to citizens and visitors alike. County newspapers, on microfilm, dating back to 1902 are readily available. Art and other classes are offered free of charge on a regular basis. The Library is on the Georgia Arts Trail and is building a collection of local art. A meeting room is available for public use. A weekly newspaper article keeps citizens informed as to the happenings at the library. Annual events include a Summer Reading Program, the Festival of Trees, and a daily Book Sale.
 
Treutlen County Voter Registration

Soperton-Treutlen Chamber of Commerce

650 2nd St. S, Suite 104

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Chief Registrar Inez Miller 912-529-3098 912-529-6838  

Deputy Registrar

Judy Carter     jdycrtr@yahoo.com
         
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John Lee Jeannie Wolfe Becky Hooks   Mon - Fri, 8 - 4:30
Inez Miller Barbra Simons      
         
         
Million Pines Animal Rescue

Million Pines Animal Rescue

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Clayton Stephens Museum of Local History

Clayton Stephens Museum of Local History

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Curator B.A. (Barbara) Simons 912-529-6736    

 

       
         
         
         
Treutlen County Historical Society

Treutlen County Historical Society

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President Larry Braddy 478-279-0221    

 

       
         
         
         
Treutlen County Senior Center

Treutlen County Senior Center

4931 W Louisiana Ave

Soperton, Georgia 30457

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Director Mary Nell Newsome 912-529-6300    

Asst. Director

Kenneth Mosley 912-529-6300    
         

Requirments:

60 yrs of age        
No fees-contributions are accepted    
         
  Hours of Operation    
  Mon - Fri, 8:30a.m. - 3p.m.    
         
Activities: Various health and nutrition programs, programs by various organizations, card games, special speakers, crafts, lunch (Meals served beginning at 11:30 AM), and exercise equipment available.
         
Come make new friends!      
         
Treutlen County One Stop

Treutlen County One Stop

700 Eastman Road

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Resource Specialist Buddy Brantley 912-529-4596 912-529-4596  

Resource Specialist

Norma Hall 912-529-4596 912-529-4596  
         
  Hours of Operation    
  Mon - Fri, 8a.m. - 5p.m.    
         
Partial List of Services

Career Planning and Guidance

 

Job Listings

 
Employment Counseling   On-the-Job Training
Financial assistance at local technical colleges Resume Development
GED Preparation Classes   Youth Job Readiness Program
         
One-Stops provide the citizens of each county the ability to find, in their own county, a comprehensive center or access point that contains all the technology, resources, people, and information nessessary for customers to recieve jobs listing information and to have their needs met.
 
Treutlen County Tax Commissioner

Treutlen County Tax Commissioner

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Marie Sumner 912-529-3213    
         
         
         

 

Shelly Weigand, Jennifer Edge, Natalie Love, Connie Sumner

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Clerk of Court Connie Sumner 912-529-4215    

Chief Deputy Clerk

Shelly Weigand 912-529-4215    
Crime Victims Coord. Jennifer Edge 912-529-4215    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Treutlen County Voter Registration
How Do I Registar to Vote?
There are several ways to register: 1) go to the voter registration office, 2) go online to http://www.sos.ga.gov/ and register, 3) go to a sign-up drive, 4) the county goes to the schools each year around last of April or early May, 5) Google how to register
Am I Registered To Vote?
You can check online at http://www.sos.ga.gov/, or call the registars office at 912-529-3098
What Precinct Do I Vote At?
1) You can call the registars office at 912-529-3098, 2) go by an ask the registar, 3) check online at http://www.sos.ga.gov/

Treutlen County One-Stop

Where can I find Information about Jobs Available?
One-Stops provide the citizens of each county the ability to find, in their own county, a comprehensive center or access point that contains all the technology, resources, people, and information nessessary for customers to recieve jobs listing information and to have their needs met.

Development Authority

Where can I find information about starting my own business in the county?

The Treutlen County Development Authority has put together a booklet which tells a person interested in setting up his or her business everything they would ever need to know from securing permits to obtaining possible financing. Copies of the booklet can be obtained by prospective business owners from the Development Authority office. Copies have also been placed in City Hall, The Commissioners office, and the Chamber of Commerce office.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

Commissioner Meeting:1st Tue. at 9am

Treutlen County Commissioners

1830 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Soperton, Ga 30457

Phone: 912-529-3664

Fax: 912-529-6062

 

E-Verify Number: 161048
Established: October 29, 2008

 

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