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Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen to swear in new board members at special called meeting Aug. 18

City of Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen have announced a special called meeting for 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18 to swear in the recently elected aldermen and mayor.

Three new aldermen were elected Aug. 4 – Joey Hobbs and Donny Parsley to 4-year terms and Julie Anderson to a 2-year term. Alderman Mark Messick was re-elected to a 4-year term. Also, Mayor Marilyn Howard ran unopposed and was elected to a 2-year term as city mayor. All will be sworn in on Aug. 18, along with three re-elected city school board members.

The meeting is open to the public at City Hall – 200 W. Fort. St. Manchester. TN. 37355.

AGENDA:

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Pursuant to a call by Mayor Marilyn Howard, there will be a Special Called Board of
Mayor and Alderman Board Meeting on Thursday, August 18, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. for
the following:

New Business:
a) Newly Elected City of Manchester Board of Mayor and Alderman Oath of
Office Ceremony
 Mayor (2-year term)
 3 Alderman (4-year term)
 1 Alderman (2-year term)
b) Newly Elected City of Manchester School Board Oath of Office Ceremony
 3 School Board (4-year term)

Adjournment:

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