The village of Shiloh Board of Trustees said farewell to Mark Kurtz, trustee first elected in 2002, left, with Mayor Jim Vernier, right, presenting him with an honorary plaque to serve as a momento for his time on the board.
The village of Shiloh Board of Trustees said farewell to Mark Kurtz, trustee first elected in 2002, left, with Mayor Jim Vernier, right, presenting him with an honorary plaque to serve as a momento for his time on the board. Robyn L. Kirsch rkirsch@bnd.com
The village of Shiloh Board of Trustees said farewell to Mark Kurtz, trustee first elected in 2002, left, with Mayor Jim Vernier, right, presenting him with an honorary plaque to serve as a momento for his time on the board. Robyn L. Kirsch rkirsch@bnd.com

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