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Nailor sworn in as city attorney and Allen sworn in as assistant city attorney/prosecutor

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Kimberly Nailor, Mayor George Flaggs Jr., and Monica Allen (credit: VTV)

The Vicksburg Mayor and Board of Alderman appointed a new city attorney and assistant city attorney on Monday as they were sworn in to their new positions.

Kimberly Nailor was sworn into the office of city attorney with her two sons, Cameron and Brandon Nailor, by her side. Nailor is a cousin of former Mayor Robert Walker, the namesake of the building where she was sworn in. Before accepting the position of associate city attorney two years ago, Nailor practiced family law, criminal law, personal injury and youth court matters in Warren, Claiborne, Jefferson, Hinds, Madison, Rankin, Lincoln and Copiah counties.

Monica Davis Allen was officially sworn in as assistant city attorney/prosecutor. Allen has over 14 years of legal experience, with over 12 years serving as a municipal attorney.  She worked as a special assistant to the city attorney of the city of Jackson before taking on the role of acting city attorney.  She has also served as a special assistant attorney general for the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office and a city attorney for the city of Canton.

Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs Jr, Northward Alderman Michael Mayfield Sr, and Southward Alderman Alex Monsour all were present at meeting and Flaggs did the swearing in portion.

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