Fate of assistant prosecutor’s post up to full board
KALKASKA – Kalkaska County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Perreault might have got exactly what he wanted, at least for the moment, after a two-day special meeting by the Kalkaska County Board of Commissioners’ Personnel Committee.
The three-member committee reached a consensus on Monday, April 10, to send Perreault’s request to fill a vacant assistant prosecutor’s position to the full county board for a vote to waive the county’s long-standing hiring freeze. The board’s regular monthly meeting was slated for Wednesday, April 12.
While the committee meeting Monday lasted only minutes, the Personnel Committee meeting actually started five days earlier on Wednesday, April 5. And, it was a continuation of a debate between Perreault and commissioners since Perreault had requested to be able to fill the vacancy in February.
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