He has represented clients here since 1961.
The estimated $5 million needed for the project is not available.
The priorities include topics ranging from enabling legislation to regulate alternative onsite sewage systems to urban crescent legislation.
He officially began his new role on Monday.
Supervisors give the green light
30 people received prizes in the Gazette-Journal anniversary contest
Will talk with county attorney about junk vehicle and litter control ordinances
Meeting begins at 7 p.m.