County council attorney resigns after 20-plus years

An attorney who represented a county board for more than 20 years is resigning.

Attorney John “Phil” Wilson turned in his letter of resignation Feb. 28, saying he was leaving his position as the county council’s attorney because the board planned to use the new assistant county attorney for legal work in the future.

The assistant county attorney’s position was created and approved by the county council in January. The council planned to use the person as the board’s attorney.

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