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Williams nominated for judicial supervisor job
Warren County judicial commissioner David Williams could take the position as supervisor, which was recently left vacant with the resignation of Jim Hartman. The appointment of Williams must be approved by the Warren County Commission.
David Williams has been nominated to be the next supervisor of Warren County judicial commissioners.The selection was made Monday during a county Policy and Personnel Committee meeting.“I appreciate the vote of confidence the commissioners on Policy and Personnel have shown that I can do this job,” said Williams. “I’m going to do everything I can to make them look good and be as efficient with the law as we can be and make sure the public is taken care of.” The decision to recommend Williams to the Warren County Commission came after an endorsement by committee chair Tommy Savage, who said he discussed the decision with County Executive Herschel Wells.“The county executive and I have been discussing David Williams,” said Savage.