And suddenly, the County of Grimes is going to be losing yet another of its public servants One of its most familiar, as a matter of fact, who’s been on his job since, the mid 70s.
Chief Appraiser Bill Sullivan tells Navasota News he’s been at the helm of the appraisal office for 39-years and much like the county, the job has changed over those nearly four decades.
Sullivan says he won’t be hanging it up for another couple of months, yet, but when he does, he’ll be leaving the appraisal office with plenty of other talented and driven workers to continue in the district’s mission.
As for his replacement, Sullivan reports the Appraisal District’s Board of Directors has already begun its search for the new chief and should have one ready before he leaves at the end of October.
We at Navasota News thank Bill Sullivan for his long years of service and wish him all the best in his well-deserved retirement.