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By Joe Thomas
Ledger Editor 

Can Wagner keep court job?

Flomaton council asking attorney general for opinion on newly-elected council member

 

October 15, 2020

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When Kay Wagner takes her oath of office as Flomaton's District 4 councilwoman, will she have to give up her part-time job as an assistant for the town's municipal court? That's the question the Flomaton Town Council is asking the Alabama attorney general's office.

During Monday afternoon's town council meeting, the council approved a resolution asking for the attorney general's opinion.

The specific question to the attorney general states: "The town of Flomaton employs a part-time employee in the municipal court. The employee qualified to run for the town council. Upon qualification, the e...



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