YORK- York’s County Attorney Christopher Johnson has announced he will be resigning from his position. It will be effective on November 18th. Johnson will be accepting a law position somewhere else as the move is for professional purposes. Commissioners regrettably accepted his resignation.
He was named York County Attorney in August of 2017. He ran for re-election in 2018 and was sworn in for a four-year term last January. Deputy York County Attorney Benjamin Dennis will handle the duties of the county attorney’s office during the interim phase.