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    Chairman Alan Dunstan explains why he chose William Gushleff to fill the vacant seat on the county board instead of one of the candidates running in the November election. Gushleff, who was not present at the Jan. 20 meeting, will serve until the election.

Chairman Alan Dunstan explains why he chose William Gushleff to fill the vacant seat on the county board instead of one of the candidates running in the November election. Gushleff, who was not present at the Jan. 20 meeting, will serve until the election. edonald@bnd.com
Chairman Alan Dunstan explains why he chose William Gushleff to fill the vacant seat on the county board instead of one of the candidates running in the November election. Gushleff, who was not present at the Jan. 20 meeting, will serve until the election. edonald@bnd.com

Madison County Board approves retired teacher to fill empty seat for now

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