published Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

Sequatchie County: County executive Hudson says he’s resigning in March

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    In this file photo, Michael Hudson, the youngest Sequatchie County Executive ever, sits at his desk in his office.
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Sequatchie County Executive Michael Hudson has announced he is stepping down from his post at the end of March.

He said only that he felt like it was “time to go,” but did not elaborate on future plans.

Hudson was re-elected to the seat in August 2010 after being appointed to fill the vacancy left by former seat holder David Barker, who resigned in 2007 for health reasons, and holding it in an unopposed election in 2008.

For complete details, see tomorrow’s Chattanooga Times Free Press.

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about Ben Benton...

Ben Benton is a news reporter at the Chattanooga Times Free Press. He covers Southeast Tennessee and previously covered North Georgia education. Ben has worked at the Times Free Press since November 2005, first covering Bledsoe and Sequatchie counties and later adding Marion, Grundy and other counties in the northern and western edges of the region to his coverage. He was born and raised in Cleveland, Tenn., a graduate of Bradley Central High School. Benton ...

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