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Medlock Steps Down as County Attorney

web posted July 15, 2014

EDGEFIELD Edgefield County attorney Michael Medlock has resigned as the attorney of record for the county last week in a letter to County Administrator Lynn Strom. Medlock was hired for the position in May of 2009 after former county attorney John "Buzzy" Byrd retired the month before. The search for a new county attorney is already underway, Administrator Strom said Monday.

Mr. Medlock said he has accepted a position with Stewart Title Guaranty Corporation and cannot service other clients. "That means I have to resign as Edgefield County Attorney. I enjoyed serving as county attorney for over five years and thank Administrator Strom and County Council for the opportunity," Medlock said.

County Council Vice-chair Genia Blackwell, who was on the committee that suggested Medlock for the position in 2009, said "Michael has served us well during his tenure as county attorney and I hope he does well on this new endeavor in his career."

An email for comment from Chairman Dean Campbell went unanswered by press time.







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