Kenyon tells board his department’s underpaid
People think we’re crying wolf, and we’re not.”
That was the comment made by Tim Kenyon, county attorney, Monday regarding the workload his office endures each year. Kenyon presented documents generated by Union County Clerk of Court Allison Danilovich, which compares his workload to surrounding counties.
Kenyon told the board of supervisors felony charges and juvenile cases are generally the most time-consuming cases for county attorneys. Danilovich’s report showed Union County had 87 reported felony cases last year — that’s more than any surrounding county. Clarke County had second most with 60, Madison, 47 and Adams, 39.
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