Lenz set to retire from Eau Claire County bench

Judge Paul Lenz presides over a hearing in May of 2016. Lenz sent Gov. Scott Walker a letter Friday making his intention to retire in a few weeks – on June 10.
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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- An Eau Claire County judge is announcing his retirement.

Circuit court judge Paul Lenz sent Gov. Scott Walker a letter today making his intention to retire in a few weeks – on June 10.

In the letter, Lenz says it's been an honor to serve the people of Wisconsin since first being elected in April of 1994.

He thanked the people of Eau Claire County and the city of Altoona for giving him the opportunity to serve on the bench for the past 23 years.



 
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