New coroner keeping busy

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David Hejl gives first report to Fayette County Board

By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

The county’s new coroner told Fayette County Board members that he has been quite busy since moving into the position at the beginning of the year.
In his report to the board on Tuesday night, David Hejl told board members that there have been eight coroner cases and three autopsies since Jan. 1.
Hejl also said that he has been working, on average, 31 hours per week, though he is attempting to reduce the weekly hours for the part-time position.

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