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King George hires its first full-time county attorney, Eric Gregory
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Before his work in Powhatan, Gregory served as assistant attorney general with the state and as an associate attorney with the Richmond firm of Morris and Morris.
He is a Richmond native who's also served on a number of boards and councils, ranging from the Virginia State Bar to the Powhatan Free Clinic.
Gregory also was in the Sorenson Institute Political Leaders Program at the University of Virginia. The program provides training for those "with a passion for politics and public service," according to its website.
Gregory and his wife, Allison, have two preschool-age sons. She teaches at the VCU School of Nursing in Richmond, and the couple hasn't decided if they'll stay in Richmond or move closer to the Fredericksburg area.
The Board of Supervisors said Gregory doesn't have to live in King George County.
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