Douglas County, GA – The Douglas County Board of Commissioners approved the promotion of Allison Duncan to Planning & Zoning Manager. Managing Director of Development Services, James Worthington, made the formal announcement on April 21, 2022.
Duncan holds a bachelor’s degree from Mercer University, and a master’s degree in Historic Preservation from the University of Georgia.
“Allison has been an incredible asset to Douglas County thus far, said James Worthington, Managing Director of Development Services,” “I am certain she will be successful in her new role!”
The promotion for Duncan comes as her predecessor Ron Roberts was promoted to Director of Transit Services.
“It is a privilege to build on the good work initiated by Ron Roberts and his predecessors,” Duncan said. “I also feel that it’s a pleasure to continue to serve the citizens of Douglas County and the Board of Commissioners as a part of such an excellent team.”
Duncan served previously as a planner in the City of South Fulton, Georgia; the Community Development Group of the Atlanta Regional Commission; Ecos Environmental Design, and Morgan County, Georgia. She began her career working with the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation at the organization’s flagship property in Macon, Georgia. She has undertaken planning projects in communities around Metro Atlanta, focusing on preservation and conservation planning, comprehensive planning, and strategic planning. Ms. Duncan has worked in private, public, and non-profit organizations.