eIIJCKLE e adopt soon for -the
irtef -I -ra t coo Yashouidte.-l, 4i don't atnk
A ro'y Slni more than a .' ... t e si s l.9 he*
r a in a SPJ4te decided id the em r nie.N,
Comltass a county engnSI' l
r i to tec iiin nis 1cin*1j td tl h pt rented' flow f-L .
Sat TUesdaY's meta* ing, ;;ee I t
i ps al for the-areas to be affected by the services of an
aneiices ofd a n ;J
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a g.. rbe reviewed firstiand
" ii jor t. '0.,.- t t ,*elU clear of potential pifa .-
!Yes, %:-k .^,'^Wlty. ca -s.e
o.. hnson pm&Cted a salary ofbout a ,o to sSa IC 't got nomi rd
an enpfaee caMd easilsY Makeop the cost In sW
!. c'.'ty O wheren whereaengineer's serivees ibeft,
Wit.. ~ 2p hateia d r c anig iur d ieag e b .
The Ar"an.Man, 10 M
res new attorney
LLE MICKLE resigned Jan. 1.
: l Acadiaa Lambert told the ,corn-
e DeSoto County missioners Tuesday mor-
ii n hired an at- ning he is willing to retocato
[ mim say to represent here to become their at-
in a public hearing torney, and gave a ballpark a
y on the proposed figure of $300 per month as
'da Power and Light his fee.
-ntown-Whidden trah- A Sarasota native,
line throughDeSoto Lambert said he's been
0...... practicing about four years.
ay William Lambert He has worked for the public
Englewood was hired at defenders office in Lake
per hour on a trial basis C;amty and the state at-
Sdetenine if the county torney's office in Sarasota.
id like to hire him as full- He has a private practice in
c county attorney. The Englewood, hesaid.
mission has been Commissioner Stan Crews
t a lawyer since local recommended hiring
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a t a trial basis so purposes. Mre p
-'& h omrd could needed in Area&&.
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