Durham County Attorney Chuck Kitchen is retiring Nov. 30 after 13 years on the job.
Kitchen says he will work with the Board and County administration to “help make the transition as seamless as possible.”
Kitchen began his legal career with Durham County Government as a law clerk while a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law School. Upon graduation he was named as Assistant County Attorney.
He held that position until 1986 when he was hired away by Alamance County Board of Commissioners as County Attorney. In 1996, Kitchen returned to Durham County as County Attorney.