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City Municipal Court honored for efficiency by state organization, Mayor and Council

From left are Cheif Court Clerk Robin Gordon, Mayor Barbara Bender, City Clerk Melisa Arnold, Municipal Court Judge Jammie Taire and deputy court clerks Ally Maytac and Tori Fobb-More.

The staff of Snellville’s Municipal Court was honored as one of the state’s most efficient courts Monday with a proclamation by Mayor and Council.

Each year, the Judicial Council of Georgia's Standing Committee on Judicial Workload Assessment honors the state's most efficient courts with the Clearance Rate Excellence Awards. The award recognizes the top 10 percent of courts in each class of court that demonstrate exceptional performance in maintaining clearance rates, which is a key indicator of a court's ability to effectively manage its caseload. The Snellville Municipal Court's performance in meeting or exceeding 100 percent or better clearance rate has distinguished itself amongst its peers. 

“A clearance rate of 100 percent or higher demonstrates the court's ability to resolve at least as many cases as were filed each year,” the proclamation reads. “Chief Court Clerk Robin Gordon and deputy court clerks Tori Fobb-Moore and Ally Matyac always manage the daily operations of the Court and service to the public with efficiency, effectiveness and integrity.”