Friday, September 11, 2009
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Logan County Treasurer Bruns to retire

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[September 11, 2009]  In a prepared statement, Mary Bruns, Logan County treasurer, said she would not seek another term.

Following is a copy of the statement:

I am today announcing I will not seek reelection as Logan County Treasurer in the 2010 election. It has been a great honor for me to have served in the office since being first elected in 1994. Logan County has always been and will continue to be an outstanding place to live and to work in. Our tax collection is .9973% of the total tax levied for taxing bodies in Logan County. This is astonishing and speaks highly of the residents of Logan County. They are fiscally responsible and expect their governments to be the same.

I must give great credit to my staff. No elected official is any better than their staff and I have been truly blessed over the years to have a staff that is both conscientious and hardworking. Over the years they have always worked above and beyond, to come in early and stay later whenever we had deadlines to meet. I cannot thank them enough.

I also want to thank my fellow County Officials for throughout my term of office they have all been supportive and have always held the welfare of Logan County in great regard. We have always worked well as a group and I know this will continue.

I wish my successor well and know they will appreciate the honor as I have. Thank you and God Bless.

[Text copied from file received; Mary Bruns, Logan County treasurer]

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