Watts: 1st District Court in good shape with Housley

There is a saying that no one is irreplaceable. Logan City Mayor Randy Watts believes that Logan City Attorney Kymber Housley will be very hard to replace.

Housley has been appointed by Utah Governor Gary Herbert to replace retiring judge Clint Judkins in 1st District Court. On KVNU’s For the People program Monday, Watts said the city is now in the process of finding a replacement for Housley who has done an excellent job.

“We have support now. Lee Edwards and Bryce McEwan are two other attorneys we have in the city,” Watts said. “They are very capable. We’ll move along.

“But I wish Kymber Housley the very best, the judicial (system) is in good shape.”

Housley received a B.A. from Weber State University in Political Science, and a J.D. from Brigham Young University. Housley has been with Logan City since 1995. Housley is also a Utah Legal Elite 2011 award recipient.

Mayor Watts said he is sure Housley will do a great job as a district court judge.

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