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Local community corrections director resigns

Brown County Courthouse

(KNZA)--Longtime 22nd Judicial District Community Corrections Director Venice Sloan is resigning.

The Brown County Commission accepted Sloan's resignation Monday, with regrets.

On the advice of County Attorney Kevin Hill, the Commission voted to accept letters of interest and resumes for the position until noon, December 11. The Commission will then interview applicants at their December 14 meeting.

The 22nd Judicial District community corrections program serves Brown, Doniphan, Nemaha and Marshal's Counties.

Following interviews with three applicants, the Commission voted to offer the part-time position of Hiawatha Senior Citizens Center Activities Director to Linda Ramey. Ramey has accepted the position at a starting pay of $14 an hour.

Following an executive session, the Commission voted to move landfill assistant Bruce Kleppe to the position of District 3 road crewman and District 3 crewman Caleb Clement to the position of landfill assistant.



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