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County Government
Posted by: mike bartley (ID *****6375) Date: January 02, 2003 at 06:48:04
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In Texas, employees of county government offices serve at the pleasure of the elected official in charge of that office. Typically, newly-elected officials do not engage in wholesale "house-cleaning" when they take office. The newly-elected County and District Clerk, for whatever reason, chose to make ONE change in office personnel. Technically, the person who was replaced was not fired. It would be more correct to say that the person was not re-hired by the newly elected official.


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