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South Boston Town Council Member resigns

SoVaNow.com / August 12, 2014
South Boston Council member Margaret Coleman announced her resignation at the Monday evening Town Council meeting.

The immediate vacancy has left open the seat to be filled with a special election to be held November 2015. Until then, the town is seeking South Boston residents who are interested in serving on the town council. Those seeking the appointment must be a registered voter who resides in South Boston. Interested residents should send his or her resume and letter of interest to South Boston Town Clerk Jane Jones.

The South Boston Town Council will be accepting applications until Aug. 22, and proceed with announcing who will be appointed to fill the vacant seat.

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