MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The next chairman of the Bibb County Commission will only spend a year in office, but Tom Wagoner says if elected he has a 365-day plan to get things done.
He rolled out his to-do list today in front of a crowd of supporters in front of the Bibb County Courthouse. Wagoner spelled out 10 different goals he wants to achieve. They include getting an interim animal shelter up and running, and televising commission meetings.
The candidate also wants to audit and edit the code of ethics for the board of commissioners. He says if you look closely, the current commissioners are breaking a lot of rules.
Despite the short term the next chairman will serve, Wagoner says it's important to have a plan because it's time to get things done.
"I think you gotta have a plan. I'm a business man and we have an annual budget and we have a plan. So if you set that track record now, then you got a map to follow, and I don't want to just sit here and just willy-nilly do business as it comes up. So let's sit down, and set out goals and a business plan, and let's deal with these issues," says Wagoner.
Wagoner also says he won't accept pay, or a county car if elected. He will face Democratic incumbent Chairman Sam Hart in the November election.