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Hernando administrator's temporary side job may become permanent

BROOKSVILLE — Hernando County commissioners like what they see in their county administrator/economic development director, Len Sossamon.

On Tuesday, Commissioner Diane Rowden reminded her colleagues that six months have passed since Sossamon took on economic development as a side job, and that it was time to negotiate a permanent agreement if commissioners were satisfied with his performance.

Commissioners agreed to allow the county attorney to negotiate an agreement to examine at a future meeting.

"I think our administrator is doing a very good job,'' Commissioner Nick Nicholson said.

Though six months perhaps didn't seem like a long time for a full assessment, Nicholson said, "in a very short time, we've seen some good results.''

Times staff

Hernando administrator's temporary side job may become permanent 06/10/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 8:03pm]
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