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Bloomer calls it quits PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 February 2011 12:15

• L&T staff report
Seward County Administrator Mary Bloomer has resigned. 
In a statement released this morning, Bloomer said the decision was not an easy one.
“It was with a great deal of thought and consideration that I tendered my resignation as Seward County Administrator,” she said. “The reasons for taking this action are personal, and I will not discuss them.”
After advising the county commission, Bloomer said she told the board her last day of work will be May 10. She said this should allow her adequate time to finish ongoing projects and to turn over the position to her replacement.
“I appreciate having had the opportunity to work for the citizens of Seward County for the past six years and with so many good and dedicated employees,” she said. “I believe Seward County is a great place to live, and my husband and I have no plans to relocate.”
Bloomer is only the second administrator since the position was created in February 2002.

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