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The Clayton County Board of Commissioners voted to create 60 new positions in county Sheriff Kem Kimbrough’s office on Tuesday. The positions are designed to help end a trend of the sheriff’s office using overtime to have enough deputies to do several of its functions.

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BOC OKs 60 positions for sheriff’s office

The Clayton County Board of Commissioners signed off on a plan to eliminate overtime in the county sheriff’s office by adding $4.4 million to the office’s budget for new positions, on Tuesday.


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