Union County Commissioners search for new clerk, 40 rejected

 

LEWISBURG – Union County Commissioners are still looking a new chief clerk.  Their acting chief clerk Shawn McLaughlin, who is also planning director, does not want the full time job and a previous crop of applicants was rejected. The Daily Item reports the commissioners will start over seeking the new clerk.

 

The commissioners will pay the person up to $100,000 annually. They are replacing Dianna Robinson who died after 40-years on the job. Some 40 applicants were rejected to replace her. A new commissioners’ board is coming in next year, including Jeff Reber and Stacy Richards.

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