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Longtime Bonneville County commissioner Lee Staker celebrates his retirement

After more than two decades in the public sector, longtime Bonneville County Commissioner Lee Staker is officially retiring.

“It was a good run,” said Staker. “8 years in the state legislature and 18 years as a county commissioner.”

Staker said after his run in the public sector, one thing he’s learned is to treat everyone fairly.

“The main thing is you got to treat everybody the same,” said Staker. “There’s the friends that always want the favors and you can’t give them the favors. You have to treat them the same as you treat John Doe who you don’t know and have never met.”

With Staker’s retirement, Bryan L. Reed will take his place as a county commissioner.

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