Cobb County Government

Chairman, commissioners start new year

Cobb Commission Chairman Tim Lee was sworn in Thursday, Dec. 20, by Georgia Supreme Court Justice Harris Hines. Lee was accompanied by his wife, Annette. He was originally elected Chairman of the Board of Commissioners in July 2010. He was first elected to office in November 2002 serving the residents of northeast Cobb as District Three Commissioner until April 2010. Prior to serving on the Board of Commissioners, Lee was vice president of the Northeast Cobb Homeowners Group and led the organization in 2000. He also served as a director of the East Cobb Civic Association, a board member of the Cobb Civic Coalition and was past president of his neighborhood homeowner’s association for 10 years. For more information or to sign up for his weekly email newsletter, visit Commission Chairman.

Cobb County District Two Commissioner Bob Ott was sworn in for his new term by Superior Court Judge Adele Grubbs on Wednesday, Dec. 19. Ott was accompanied by his wife, Judy, and their two children. His public service activities include serving on the Cobb County Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals, Board of Trustees for Friends for East Cobb Park, as president for East Cobb Civic Association, Terrell Mill Homeowners Association, Transportation SPLOST Oversight Committee, Neighborhood Safety Commission, Vinings Corridor Study, Blueprint Cumberland and Powers Ferry Corridor Study. Commission District Two (southeast Cobb) includes Cumberland, a major metro employment center bordered by three interstates. For more information or to sign up for his weekly email newsletter, visit Commission District 2.

Newly-elected District Four Commissioner Lisa Cupid was sworn-in office Friday, Jan. 4, by Superior Court Judge Gregory Poole, with her family present. As a long time Cobb resident, Cupid strives to increase community involvement, support local businesses and continue building a safe community for families. Cupid is a Georgia Tech graduate and has worked at Eastman Kodak, Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget and other non-profit organizations in metro Atlanta. She is an advisory member of the Marietta-Cobb New Markets, Inc. and is active in the Cobb Chamber, South Cobb Rotary, Cobb NAACP and the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys. She is married with two young sons and her family belongs to Word of Faith Cathedral in Austell. For more information or to sign up for her weekly email newsletter, visit Commission District 4.