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Franklin County (Pa.) Commissioners hire assistant county administrator

April 25, 2013

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Franklin County (Pa.) Commissioners have announced the hiring of Carrie Gray for the position of Franklin County assistant county administrator.

Gray has been employed with the county for four years as the county’s director of grants and operation management, according to a news release.

Originally from Reisterstown, Md., Gray obtained her master’s degree from Towson University in 2003. She worked for the University of Maryland School of Social Work and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she evaluated public policies and community-building initiatives, the news release stated.

Gray previously lived in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., where she worked for a community developer and sat on the board of directors for the Morgan Arts Council. Gray now lives in the Mercersburg, Pa., area.

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As the director of grants and operations management, Gray administered court, corrections and human services grants, including projects that enhance efficiencies and improve opportunities for individuals and agencies, the news release stated.

“I see every day as an opportunity to improve the lives of those that the county is dedicated to serving — the citizens,” Gray said in the news release.

“Ms. Gray has earned the respect of everyone she has worked with since joining the County four years ago, including me. She has earned that respect through hard work, leadership, and professionalism, and I feel fortunate to have her taking on a greater role in the administration of the county,” Commissioners Chairman David Keller said in the news release.

Gray will be paid $73,015 a year, county officials said.

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