The Town of Robbins hired a new town manager.
Councilwoman and mayor pro tem Nikki Bradshaw introduced Clint Mack at the regular board meeting on June 10. His position begins July 7.
Mack is originally from Suwanee, Georgia. Retiring from the U.S. Army in 2019, Mack served as an Airborne Infantryman for 21 years, culminating as a Battalion Operations Sergeant Major at Fort Bragg. Most recently, Mack worked at Moore County Schools as a scholarship coordinator and assistant football and basketball coach at North Moore High School.
He has a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration and numerous federal government certifications, according to Bradshaw.
Mack is married with two daughters. His wife is a native of Robbins. The family attends Robbins First Baptist Church.
Mack will replace interim manager Jon Barlow who took over two years ago when former town manager David Lambert left his position to work as the director of recycling and solid waste for Moore County.
Feature photo: Clint Mack tells attendees that he is happy to serve Robbins on June 10 at the Robbins Board Meeting.
~Article and photo by Sandhills Sentinel Reporter Stephanie Sellers.