County Gaming Office director resigning

October 03, 2002|by SCOTT BUTKI

Lisa A. Kalkbrenner is resigning as director of the Washington County Gaming Office, effective Nov. 1, after working in the position for less than one year.

She is leaving because of personal and professional reasons, she said. She would not elaborate. She plans to stay in the Washington County area, she said.

Kalkbrenner started as Gaming Office director in October 2001.

Her annual salary was $40,889, Human Resources Director Alan J. Davis said.

Kalkbrenner, who gave notice of her resignation last week, said she plans to work through Nov. 1.

Kalkbrenner said her hope is that the county can hire a replacement before she leaves so she can help train that person, she said.

She has enjoyed the job, she said.

Davis said the job opening is being advertised.

Before taking her current job, Kalkbrenner worked for the Washington County Community Partnership for about three years, first as a fiscal specialist and later as an assistant director.


As director of the Gaming Office, Kalkbrenner oversees the regulation of tip jar gambling in the county and works with a seven-member volunteer board, the Gaming Commission, that distributes millions of dollars in gambling profits to nonprofit organizations.

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