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Kim Sallee resigns at GRAS; Tammy Campbell hired

By Ed Waggener

Adair CJE Mike Stephens announced the resignation of Kim Sallee as the Director of Green River Animal Shelter, saying that Sallee would be taking a job in Barren County.

He recommended, and the court unanimously approved, the appointment of Tammy Campbell. Campbell will be paid $9.75 during a 90 day probationary period. (Note: Deputy CJE Holly Grimsley corrected this story. She said that Campbell is not hired as the director; plans are to wait 90 days before that decision is made.)

Sallee's last day is Fri 15 Jan 2016.

The court received the GRAS report for December 2015:

- INTAKES & ADOPTIONS - Jimmy Harmon, Adair County Animal Control, 28. Surrenders, 5. Green County -7. Adoptions, 37. No euthanasias were listed.

- COLLECTIONS - Adoptions, $1,630. Surrender fees, $40. Donations, $170. Reclaims, $40. TOTAL, $40.

This story was posted on 2016-01-13 08:49:42
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