In counties adopting any form of county managership, the office of public administrator
is abolished. The county manager shall perform the functions of that office in counties adopting
a short form of county managership, and in counties adopting a county manager form
of government, by a suitable person appointed by the presiding judge of the judicial
district in which the county is located, after consultation with the judges of the
judicial district. Any person so appointed is entitled to receive compensation at the rate allowed
the administrator of an estate.
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