public administrator

public administrator

n. a county official with the responsibility to handle the affairs of someone who has died with no known or available relative, executor or friend. At times the public administrator may be instructed by a court to assume similar duties for a living person when no conservator or guardian is available. (See: probate)

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The body was buried and the public administrator took charge of the estate.
16] "The most important channel of communication between any public administrator and his clientele is the press.
engineer, public administrator, author, 30th President.
Now Public Acts 13 and 14, the bills seek to make critical and necessary changes to the state public administrator system.
A city manager is supposed to be a nonpartisan, expert public administrator.
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He asserted that the actions of a public administrator are irresponsible if they have been" .
The important factor to consider is whether the benefits of a public administrator taking immediate and risky action in response to an opportunity outweighs the costs to trust, collaboration, and the sense of shared responsibility.
This article documents the past and current status of public relations in public administration education and notes early signs of a new trend toward reinstating public relations to the standard list of skills that a contemporary public administrator needs.
Jim Ellison, D- Royal Oak, that makes critical changes to the state public administrator system.

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