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Vacancy on Highland City Council

(KNZA)--There’s a vacancy on the Highland City Council.

During a special meeting August 16, Council President Charles Batchelder was sworn in as Mayor due to Mayor Jerry Twombly moving out of the city limits.

That leaves a vacant council seat, and the Council is seeking someone to fill the vacancy for a term ending in January 2022.

According to the city’s website, qualified residents interested in serving on the Council should contact Mayor Batchelder (741-1595) or call city hall (442-3765) to be considered for appointment to the unexpired term.

Applicants will be asked to give a brief one to two minute statement at the Council’s September 12 meeting.

The Council plans to fill the vacancy during the meeting.


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