Jordan S. Cullimore has been appointed as the new director of the Utah Office of Property Rights Ombudsman. The Land Use and Eminent Domain Advisory Board voted unanimously Nov. 12 to select Cullimore to succeed the former director, Brent Bateman, who is returning to private law practice. Cullimore has served as a staff attorney with the Office of Property Rights Ombudsman since September 2015. Before joining that office, he worked for Utah local governments in various planning and zoning capacities. Cullimore’s education includes a B.A. in political science from Brigham Young University.