Traverse City News and Events

Search On For Cooney's Replacement

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 9, 2018

The Thirteenth Circuit Court is searching for Grand Traverse County's next prosecuting attorney, who will fill the vacancy left by Bob Cooney after Cooney was elected Tuesday to become an 86th District Court Judge.

Thirteenth Circuit Court Judges Thomas Power and Kevin Elsenheimer will make an appointment to fill Cooney's position. The Court is accepting resumes and/or letters of interest for the job by email at tquinn@grandtraverse.org (Teri Quinn, Court Administrator) until Friday, November 23 at 5pm. Select candidates may be invited to an interview with the Circuit Court Judges shortly thereafter.

An appointment to the position is expected by mid-December.

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