In case you missed it, there was an election a couple weeks ago. Oftentimes, that is the way in which public officials are chosen. Other times however, an official announces his retirement two weeks after the election is over and the governor gets to choose a replacement. That’s what happened Tuesday. In a perhaps too-convenient bit of timing, Public Service Commissioner Doug Everett announced his retirement, effective December 31.
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