COVINGTON, Ga. – According to the annual registration filed by Nelson Heights Community Services Monday, June 11 with the Georgia Secretary of State’s office, District 4 Commissioner J.C. Henderson is still listed as the CEO of the center.
This comes less than a week after Henderson told the Newton County Board of Commissioners that his son, Covington City Councilman Anthony Henderson, had been named CEO of the center.
"We went and had a meeting and made a document for Miss Judy to type up. What it said was that my son, Anthony Henderson, as of last week, was going to be the CEO of Nelson Heights,” Commissioner Henderson said during the June 5 BOC meeting.
According to the annual registration, Anthony Henderson is listed as the chief financial officer and Sandy Henderson is listed as the secretary.
Newton County Chairman Marcello Banes said the discussion of Nelson Heights on the agenda for the June 19 meeting.
The Covington News has reached out to J.C. and Anthony Henderson for comment. This story will be updated as more information is received.