County employee is lauded for unique work

 


A woman who holds a unique position with county government will be retiring later this year, much to the disappointment of her boss.

"She's really turned things around," Hill County Attorney David Rice said of county restitution officer Barb Mavencamp. "She'll be tough to replace."

For the past 5 years, Mavencamp has been responsible for developing a system to receive and distribute fines and restitution payments for two separate courts. She will retire on Aug. 29.

"My job is probably best described as the three R's," Mavencamp said Monday. "I either remind, revoke, reinstate, or continue s...



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