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Park County Attorney Resigns For Job In Billings

LIVINGSTON -

Brett Linneweber is leaving his position as Park County Attorney to become a Senior Deputy County Attorney for Yellowstone County.

Linneweber's resignation date is set for February 24. Linneweber was appointed to the county attorney position in 2005 and was elected to the position in 2006 and 2010.

He said he and his wife are looking forward to moving to Billings to be closer to extended family.

"I'm very excited. It's the best of all worlds," said Linneweber. "I've had a wonderful time in Park County. "I've loved serving all the citizens here and being able to be in my hometown."

Former District Judge and former County Attorney, Nels Swandal will finish Linneweber's term, which runs through January of 2015.

City Attorney Bruce Becker and Deputy County Attorney Kathleen Carrick are seeking election to the post

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