Mohave County has been to the altar twice this year but still hasn’t married a Risk Management Director. The position has been vacant since Bob Prince retired June 1. The position was offered to Phillip Cundiff of Connecticut earlier this year but the hiring fell through. A second recruitment effort ended at the December 21 Board of Supervisors meeting. Supervisors selected Tucson resident David Parker for the post and staff reached a contract agreement that would pay him more than $107,000 a year. The Board, however, declined hiring approval after meeting in executive session. “Something came up in his background,” said Board Chairman Jean Bishop. She said she was not at liberty to be more specific regarding the personnel matter. Bishop said the county is now free to reconsider those who previously applied for the position.