City Attorney leaving Charlottesville for new position
Craig Brown has announced that he will be leaving his position as City Attorney in Charlottesville at the end of January 2018 to pursue another opportunity. Brown joined the City Attorney’s Office in 1985, and was promoted to City Attorney in 2001.
“Craig Brown is one of the most dedicated local government employees I have encountered during my 16 years of public service,” said City Manager Maurice Jones. “His professionalism, ethics and commitment to the law during the last 32 years have been major factors in the successful implementation of countless programs, policies and agreements that have positively impacted this community. We wish him nothing but the best.”
Brown said “It’s been an honor to represent the City of Charlottesville. I am especially grateful for the support I’ve received from City Council, City Manager Maurice Jones and my staff in the City Attorney’s Office”.
The City will begin the search for the next City Attorney immediately.