The proclamation recognizing Hamrick will be part of the 6 p.m. council meeting.
Hamrick, 47, a Carrollton attorney, will be sworn in as a Superior Court judge in a 9 a.m. Monday ceremony in Courtroom 4C at the Carroll County Courthouse. He will fill the Coweta Circuit judicial vacancy created by the resignation of Judge William E. Lee Jr., who resigned May 1. Hamrick was chosen from a short list of six candidates named by Deal in July.
Hamrick was first elected to the District 30 Senate seat in 2000. In addition to chairing the Judiciary Committee, he was also a member of the Appropriations, Ethics, Public Safety and Rules committees.
He chaired the Senate Study Committee to rewrite the Juvenile Justice Code and served on several committees for the National Conference of State Legislators. He also served as co-chair of the Joint Special Committee on Criminal Justice Reform in the 2011-2012 General Assembly session.
Other items on Monday Carrollton council meeting include:
• a proclamation recognizing Lashanti Williams, who finished second in the 9-10 girls category in the 200-meter dash at the national 2012 Hershey’s track and field recreation games.
• proclamation memorializing Earl Phillips, who died Aug. 11, at the age of 76.
• bid award for the Lake Carroll dredging project to clear up silt which has built up in the lake for several years.
• bid award for the University of West Georgia athletic facility addition.
• presentation of the 2012 Award of Excellence to the Carrollton Main Street program, which was received Aug. 22 from the Georgia Downtown Association at the annual Georgia Downtown Conference in LaGrange.