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Jumping in with both feet

New County Treasurer Jim Jordan hopes to change culture in the office

New Barton County Treasurer Jim Jordan, left, takes the oath of office from County Clerk Donna Zimmerman Tuesday morning in his courthouse office. Tuesday was Jordan’s first day on the job.

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 New Barton County Treasurer Jim Jordan raised his right hand and took the oath of office from County Clerk Donna Zimmerman early Tuesday morning.

“We’re open for business,” Jordan said when he was done. The office was relatively quite, but that was about to change.

It was his first day on the job and it would be baptism by fire. Before he went home, he oversaw the annual county tax sale and met with Zimmerman on the upcoming November tax role.

Jordan was elected in the general election last November, but didn’t take office until this week. According ...

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