OC administrator tries to rescind his resignation 

An embattled Southern California public administrator is refusing to leave office despite announcing he would do so last March.

The Orange County Register (http://bit.ly/xPc9bv ) says John S. Williams signed a letter to the Orange County Board of Supervisors chairman last year saying he would retire on January 23.

Instead he reported for work after his purported last day and county workers changed the locks on his office after he left.

John Moorlach, current chairman of the Board of Supervisors, told Williams he could not rescind his resignation.

Williams, 60, has served as the county's elected Public Administrator since 2003.

He had also served as the appointed Public Guardian until the board fired him from that role in June amid accusations of mismanagement.

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