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Posted on April 11 2013, 2:26pm by Mark Esper
in Local News
Malcolm MacDougall has been appointed to the Silverton Town Council, replacing John Schertz, who resigned last month.
In a unanimous Town Council vote (with Trustee Pat Swonger absent), MacDougall, 30, was selected to serve until the next town election in April 2014.
MacDougall was among 10 candidates for three Town Council seats in the 2012 election, when he got 74 votes.
Three others applied for the Town Council appointment — Barbara Renowden, Kevin Baldwin and Tony Berenyi.
“Thank you very much for your confidence, guys,” MacDougall told his fellow Town Council members upon assuming his seat.