Warner Robins Council convened Tuesday night to talk about oversight for city projects.
They agree there's a need, but disagree on who should manage the jobs.
The retirement of long time purchasing agent Mark Baker sparked the debate on how to best fill his former duties.
Council member Daron Lee and Mayor Chuck Shaheen want to split Baker's old job into two jobs: a purchasing agent and a procurement manager.
Lee says the city needs a procurement manager, because many projects in his district are not getting done.
He wants a "go-to person" who is responsible for knowing the status of all city projects.
Council members Mike Daley, Mike Davis and Carolyn Robbins say there's no need to create another position, when city department heads can handle managing projects with oversight from the mayor.