Town Attorney Rick Kline Announces Plans for Resignation
Rick Kline has announced to the Davidson Mayor and Board of Commissioners that he intends to resign his position as Davidson Town Attorney. The Davidson Mayor and Board of Commissioners have asked Rick to continue to serve as their legal counsel until they can find a suitable successor. The search process could take several months and the mayor and commissioners want to include the new town manager, a position that has not yet been filled, in the process. Rick has agreed to help in the transition to the new Town Attorney.
Rick was appointed as Davidson Town Attorney on May 1, 1976 and has served in that role continuously since then. In addition to being the Davidson Town Attorney, Rick maintains a private practice in Davidson, which he will continue after his position as Town Attorney ends.
“Rick has been integral to the development of Davidson for the past nearly 40 years,” said Mayor John Woods. “His great legal mind has guided us to making courageous decisions that have helped create the small-town community and sense of place that we all love.”
For more information, please contact Mayor John Woods at firstname.lastname@example.org.