Gov. Kate Brown will appoint someone to position

GOLD BEACH — Curry County District Attorney Everett Dial confirmed Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 14, he will be resigning at month’s end.

The Coastal Curry Pilot will be talking Wednesday morning with him about the decision. Look for a story in Friday’s edition of The Pilot.

Governor Kate Brown announced Tuesday, Jan. 14, that she will fill the vacancy in the Curry County District Attorney position created by Dial’s resignation, effective Jan. 31. She will fill the vacancy by appointment, as outlined by the Oregon Constitution.

The Governor’s office is now accepting applications from candidates with a diversity of backgrounds and experiences. Applicants must submit a District Attorney Interest Form to the Governor’s office. Note that the District Attorney Interest Form is not the same form that is used for judicial vacancies. The District Attorney Interest Form is available online.

Interested applicants should mail or deliver completed interest forms to Misha Isaak, General Counsel, Office of the Governor, 900 Court St., NE #254, Salem, OR 97301-4047. 

Forms must be received by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 22. Forms emailed by 5 p.m. on the closing date will be considered timely if original signed forms postmarked by the closing date are later received.

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Grammysam

So THAT'S how Brown gets her liberal cronies in... BY APPOINTMENT! She sure learned how to do what she does from all her demosocialist relatives, didn't she?

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