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Town Council

Council Members

The Town of McBee Council consists of five elected members, including the Mayor.  Council members serve staggered four-year terms, and municipal elections are held in November of even-numbered years as part of the general election process.  

The Town Council meets on the first Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise noted.

The Town Council Members are responsible for setting policies, approving budgets, determining tax rates, and determining water rates.  All members of council, including the mayor, have one vote.

Current Council Members:

  • Mayor Glenn Odom
  • James Linton - Council Member
  • Robert Lyles - Council Member
  • Charlie Sutton - Council Member
  • Vacant - Special Election May 16, 2023

Monthly Council Meeting

The Town Council meets the first Tuesday of each month, unless otherwise noted, at the McBee Town Hall, beginning at 6:00 p.m.  

In order to facilitate open communication, the Town of McBee encourages the community to participate in its government.  Attending the regularly scheduled meetings is one way for the residents to stay informed about the Town's current affairs.  Residents may request to be placed on the Agenda to share concerns about happenings within the Town.  To be placed on the agenda, please contact the Town Hall at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. In the interest of time, the Mayor may set and enforce appropriate time limits for comments.

"PUBLIC HEARINGS" are formal meetings held by the Town Council.  When required by law or considered advisable by the Town Council, a public hearing will be organized by a special order, adopted by a majority vote, setting forth the subject, date, place, and time of the hearing as well as any rules regarding the length of time of each speaker.  The Mayor (or Mayor's Designee) will call the hearing to order, preside over it, and when the allotted time expires (or no one who has not yet spoken wishes to do so), declare the hearing ended.  Public hearings are held for the annual budget, ordinance changes, etc.  

During all meetings, courteousness and quiet consideration for all those present is requested.  
NOTE: Please contact the Clerk's Office via e-mail or by calling 843-335-8474 for any Town Council public records request.