Luzerne County Performing Supervisor Romilda Crocamo said Wednesday she has accepted a situation with the regulation organization Elliott Greenleaf & Dean.

Friday is Crocamo’s past day functioning for county federal government.

“I will be performing with some of the ideal legal professionals in the condition of Pennsylvania,” Crocamo explained. “I look forward to finding back again into working towards regulation with an elite team of attorneys.”

Crocamo stated she will be a complete-provider lawyer with the company, dealing with litigation and municipal perform. She does not foresee dealing with any lawful issues relevant to county governing administration.

She commences the new place Monday.

Crocamo experienced worked for at two New York Metropolis law firms and as controlling lawyer at the Barbara J. Hart Justice Centre in Scranton in advance of beginning her county authorities work in 2010.

She originally labored as a learn of county juvenile delinquency and dependency court and then as a legislation clerk for county Court of Common Pleas Judge Tina Polachek Gartley. In July 2016, she was employed as chief county solicitor to oversee the county’s legislation division.

Crocamo has served as acting supervisor given that prior manager C. David Pedri left July 6.

Council voted earlier this 7 days to appoint county Spending budget/Finance Division Head Brian Swetz as acting supervisor throughout the 3-week period just before incoming manager Randy Robertson is predicted to arrive.

At this time operating in Colorado beneath a contract, Robertson has stated he plans to be in the county the week of June 13.

With Crocamo’s departure, a few of the county’s eight division head places are now open. Crocamo had mentioned she would depart division head appointments up to the next lasting supervisor.

Edmund O’Neill resigned as the operational providers division head in January. The administrative expert services division head placement also is open since David Parsnik resigned last September.

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