Jay Drick of Howell has filed as a candidate for the fifth District seat on the Livingston County Board of Commissioners vacated Feb. 13, 2020, by Donald Parker. Drick previously held that seat till he resigned it in 2013 to change into a Livingston County Justice of the Peace.
Parker resigned from the seat as a result of he intends to hunt the place of Livingston County administrator.
The fifth District covers the Metropolis of Howell, in addition to Howell and Cohoctah townships.
Drick, 68, additionally intends to use for the open seat’s appointment, and mentioned his prior expertise as a commissioner, and as a long-time Howell resident, businessman and lawyer, would supply the fee with a easy transition.
“I’m well-known in Livingston County as a person and an lawyer who’s considerate, ready and thorough,” Drick mentioned. “I’ll convey these qualities again to the board of commissioners to assist help the nice work they proceed to do.”
Drick was a Howell lawyer for roughly 39 years, after which retired from the place of Livingston County Justice of the Peace in 2014. Since 2015, he has served because the director of the Livingston Household Emergency Expo. He’s a member of the Livingston County Republican Government Committee in addition to a member of the Howell Masonic Lodge. He and his spouse of 28 years, Deb, have three kids and eight grandchildren.
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