Troy City Council

The Troy City Council operates under a mayor-council form of government. This involves the mayor, who serves and is elected at-large, and 5 council members who serve single-member districts. This municipal governing body began serving in 1985 and they strive to provide Troy citizens with positive and progressive leadership. As a result, Troy, Alabama continues to grow and develop into a great place to live and work. The Troy City Council meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, at Troy City Hall, downstairs in the Council Chambers. Meetings are held at 5:00 pm.

District One 

Sharon McSwain-Holland

Biography and picture coming soon.

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District Two

Greg Meeks

“I am very thankful to have the opportunity to serve as councilman for District 2.  It gives me great pleasure to give back to the community that has given so much to me.  I believe in our community and love the area and the people that call Troy “home”.

Greg Meeks has been a lifelong resident of Troy.  He graduated from Charles Henderson High School in 1978.  He then continued his education in Troy and graduated from Troy State University in 1982 with a degree in accounting.  He has since then been employed with Meeks Termite and Pest Control and has been the owner and operator of the business since 1992.  In 2007, Greg formed Greg Meeks Companies, LLC.  Greg is married to Tami Caldwell Meeks of Brundidge.  They have two children, Chrissy and Martin.

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District Three

Marcus Paramore

“Troy, Alabama is a great place to live, work and raise a family – We love Troy – it is our home.  I truly thank the citizens of District 3 for giving me the honor of representing them on our City Council.  I will work every day to provide good responsible government for our great city.”

Marcus is employed at Troy University as the Director of Government Relations.  He holds both a Bachelors and Masters degrees from Troy University.  He is married to the former Leigh Ann Steltenpohl of Dothan and is the proud father of two sons, Bradley and Cody, both attend the Troy City School System.  They are active members of Park Memorial United Methodist Church.

“My goal is to help make Troy a better place for all our citizens.  I will work to continue to bring good jobs, provide a quality education, and provide essential services for everyone.  Together we can build a better Troy.”

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District Four

Stephanie Baker

Stephanie currently serves as the Director of Market Development with KW Plastics Recycling Division. She believes her unique background in economic development, advocacy work, communications and strategic planning, along with her community involvements brings a unique perspective to the Council.

“I am honored to represent District 4. I believe God has orchestrated a unique blend of my experiences, talents, contributions, passions and values to serve my hometown for a time such as this.”

She is a graduate of Pike Liberal Arts School and Birmingham-Southern College. Prior to joining the recycling industry, Baker worked in economic development and communications. She has been recognized both professionally and locally for her extensive involvement and leadership in her advocacy work.

Stephanie is married to Matt Baker with whom she has two daughters, Campbell and Sara Gray.

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District Five

Wanda Howard Moultry

Wanda Howard Moultry was born in Troy, Alabama. She is employed by the Organized Community Action Program, Inc. (OCAP) for some 38 years. She holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Business Administration from Troy University. She is the mother of three children and “nana” to four beautiful granddaughters. She is a born again Christian and enjoys serving the Lord.

Her ultimate prayer is to take full advantage of the opportunity the Lord has blessed her again with on the City Council by giving of her time and talents in serving the people in District 5. She knows that if her district progresses then it will make the City of Troy, as a whole, a more wonderful and productive place to live and stay.

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