The Jefferson County Personnel Board has approved creating the position of chief financial officer for the county, according to published reports. A new finance director is also being sought, which would be the third in less than a year.

“With a $600 million budget and about $4 billion in debt, it’s high time we do like the corporate sector and get a chief financial officer,” County Commission president Bettye Fine Collins told the Birmingham News Sept. 10.

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