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Trapp to leave CPD for county post

Posted: January 27, 2011 5:20 p.m.
Updated: January 28, 2011 5:00 a.m.

In his first week on the job, Kershaw County’s interim administrator, Frank Broom, has hired an assistant administrator, filling a post that was left vacant two months ago when the former assistant was abruptly fired by former administrator Clay Young.

Broom said Wednesday that D. Allen Trapp will likely begin serving as the assistant administrator with the county Feb. 7. Trapp will serve his final days as a major with the Camden Police Department next week. Unlike Broom’s, Trapp’s position with the county does not carry the tag of interim.

Broom didn’t specify Trapp’s official duties, but said he’ll be dealing primarily with the county’s appointed department heads, while Broom himself will work on polishing administrative responsibilities within the county and ensuring council’s intent is carried out.

Broom stressed that he needed an assistant to lighten the substantial workload in front of him.

A post Wednesday morning on the Camden Police Department’s Facebook page read, “Allen has been a valuable member of our agency and he will be profoundly missed. Please join us in wishing Allen all the best in his new career track.”

The assistant administrator position has been vacant since Young let go of Bill Molnar for “financial reasons,” he said. The county’s human resources director would not comment on Molnar’s departure.


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