Longtime Brazos County Attorney Resigns

By: Joe Brown and Meredith Stancik Email
By: Joe Brown and Meredith Stancik Email

He's one of the most well-known faces and voices at the Brazos County Courthouse. Now he's stepping down.

Commissioners accepted the resignation of County Attorney Jim Kuboviak Tuesday morning. His last day in office is September 30, the final day of the fiscal year.

Kuboviak tells News 3 he's leaving the position he's held for 27 years to free up budget room for the hiring of another employee in the county attorney's office. He says former Assistant County Attorney Bill Ballard will assume that position.

Taking over for Kuboviak, three months earlier than expected, will be County Attorney Elect Rod Anderson.

Anderson currently serves as Kuboviak's first assistant, but was elected in March to take over the top spot after Kuboviak chose not to run.

Anderson will be sworn in October first.


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