December 5, 2013
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Gov. Bob Riley has appointed Cliff Walker of Bessemer to a seat on the state parole board.
Riley announced his choice Tuesday for the position, which pays $91,000 a year. Walker was one of three people recommended for the
post by the five members of the parole board's nominating committee.
Two committee members - House Speaker Seth Hammett and Criminal
Appeals Court Judge Kelli Wise - recommended Walker, who serves as
the state's Small Business Advocate.
Riley previously appointed Walker to a temporary state parole board that served from 2003 to 2006 alongside the regular parole board.
Walker will be filling a vacancy when VeLinda Weatherly's term
ends July 1.
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