Gilchrist County Votes to Fire Administrator After 'Unsatisfactory' Job Performance
A longtime county administrator is leaving.
The Gilchrist County Commission voted three to two late today to fire Ron McQueen, effective immediately.
He's been with Gilchrist County for 17 years.
Commissioner Randy Durden says McQueen had an unsatisfactory job evaluation about a month ago...and some commissioners remain unhappy with his performance.
A special meeting to decide how to replace McQueen has been called for a week from today at 4pm.
Commissioners also finalized Gilchrist County's new budget...which includes extra money for the county food pantry.
They more than doubled the county's contribution to the bank to more than ten thousand dollars.
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