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County chairman role could lighten

Committee studies hiring full-time administrator

8:30 PM, May 20, 2013
Lance Pliml
Lance Pliml
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As Wood County leaders study whether the county should have an administrator, officials are considering the workload of the current County Board chairman and doing research on what steps other counties have taken.

Typically, County Board Chairman Lance Pliml puts 25 to 30 hours a week into the part-time job, he estimates. A typical day for the Grand Rapids resident begins with a breakfast meeting with one of various concerned citizen groups.

By 8:30 a.m., Pliml usually is on his way to give a welcome speech at a conference or greeting some group in the community. After that, he said, he's off to ...

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