Seth E. Miller has been named a full-time assistant district attorney in Carbon County.

During the county commissioners' meeting on Monday afternoon, which followed the annual salary board meeting that established the full-time position; the commissioners voted to change Miller's status from the fifth assistant district attorney to full-time. His salary will be $51,530 annually.

Miller has worked as the fifth assistant district attorney for the county since March 15, 2013.

In other matters, the commissioners acted on a number of service agreements for services through Area Agency on Aging.

They also approved an agreement with the Carbon County Action Committee regarding the administration of the 2013-2014 Human Services Development Fund Program in the amount of $49,000.

The following personnel moves also were approved:


Ÿ William Schwab of Lehighton, hearing officer for Domestic Relations, effective Jan. 1.

Court appointment

Ÿ Sheryl M. Popowitz of Lehighton, department clerk I for Domestic Relations, effective Jan. 6.

Court internship

Ÿ Marques Middleton of Lansford, a Penn State University student, from Jan. 2, to May 31.

Changes of status

Ÿ Jennifer L. Hunsicker of Slatington, from programs fiscal coordinator to project coordinator for Planning and Development, effective Jan. 6.

Ÿ Kelly T. McElmoyle of Jim Thorpe, from part-time legal secretary to legal secretary I for the Public Defender's office, effective Jan. 6.

Ÿ Kathy A. Reigel of Jim Thorpe, from administrative secretary to administrative assistant, Planning and Development, effective Jan. 6.

Ÿ Janet A. Staehle of Lansford, from part-time cleaning person to cleaning person in Buildings and Grounds, effective Jan. 20.

Ÿ Rashunda L. Yuhas of Jim Thorpe, from domestic relations officer I to domestic relations officer II in Domestic Relations, effective Jan. 3.