The Cincinnati Enquirer
BATAVIA - Clermont County's Department of Job and Family Services is in need of a new director and assistant director.
Former Director Charles Ashmore and former Assistant Director Stephanie Kozakiewicz both resigned this month.
Neither gave a specific reason, officials said, adding that their resignations were "regretfully accepted" by county commissioners.
Ashmore had worked with the department for about a year; Kozakiewicz, since 1992.
Brenda J. Gilreath has been named interim director, officials said.
The department provides services including distribution of food stamps, child support and Medicaid. It is responsible for basic financial, medical and social services.
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