Glenn Jacobs makes another round of Knox County personnel shifts -- includinghiring his chief of staff’s brother.
by jesse fox mayshark • september 18, 2018
Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs has hired the brother of his chief of staff as his personal executive assistant, as part of a small wave of changes that completes his realignment of county staff and departments.
More changes in Public Works, Information Technology and Parks and Recreation.
Brad Hair, 37, the older brother of Jacobs’ chief of staff Bryan Hair, will be paid $53,939.86 as chief executive assistant to the mayor. In that role, he is responsible for keeping Jacobs’ schedule, coordinating events for the mayor, monitoring the mayor’s email and responding to constituent correspondence.
Bryan Hair, who was Jacobs’ campaign manager, is receiving a...
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