By Craig McDermott, crossposted from Random Musings
From the Arizona Republic, written by Mary Jo Pitzl and Yvonne Wingett Sanchez –
Arizona Board of Regents Chairman Mark Killian, an outspoken critic of the state budget backed by Gov. Doug Ducey and the Legislature, is now a Ducey Cabinet member.
Ducey announced Friday that Killian is being installed as his Department of Agriculture director, and noting that he “brings decades of unique public service and private sector experience, and his extensive and successful background in farming and ranching will be hugely valuable in this role. He’s a welcome addition to this department and our administration.”
Per Ballotpedia, the director position pays better than $102K per year.
Guess that I never have to worry about the Ducey administration offering me a job – I may be soft-spoken, but biting my tongue is not in my job skill repertoire.