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Andrews retires, Barton appointed

Thursday, August 28, 2003

OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County Circuit Clerk and

Recorder of Deeds Janice Andrews has announced

her retirement effective Sept. 1.

Andrews office received word Aug. 18 that Gov. Holden

had appointed Baton to the position. She will resume

duties at the courthouse when Andrews' retirement

becomes effective.

Holden recently signed Senate Bill 248 into law which

allows those elected to this position, who meet certain

age requirements, to retire by Sept.1.

"It has been an honor and privilege to serve Oregon

County. I am truly grateful for this opportunity and I

regret not being able to fulfill my term," she said.

Andrews said the Oregon County Democratic

Committee submitted the names of the applicants for

the position to the governor to appoint someone for the

position. Andrews said it is her understanding that only

one name was submitted for the job and that was

Barton's.

Barton currently serves as chief deputy clerk and has

served in that capacity for 24 years, 19 in the associate

division and five years working in the circuit division.

"Dorothy would be great for the job. She is fully trained

and would carry on with business as usual. I thank the

residents of Oregon County for putting their trust in me.

The county has been good to me and my family,

Andrews said.



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