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New board to consider staff reappointments

July 2, 2013

One day after taking the oath of office, Starkville’s new board of aldermen will meet to set the city’s future into motion.

Specifically, the board will consider reappointing the city’s 10 department heads, city prosecutor, city attorney and municipal judge back to their positions for the duration of the term. Those positions include Chief Administrative Officer Lynn Spruill, City Clerk Taylor Adams, Starkville Fire Department Chief Rodger Mann, Starkville Police Chief David Lindley, Community Development Director Bill Snowden, Sanitation and Environment Services Director Emma Gandy, Public Works Director Doug Devlin, Starkville Electric Department Manager Terry Kemp, Court Administrator Tony Rook, Information Technology Director Joel Clements, City Attorney Chris Latimer, City Prosecutor Carolyn Moore and Municipal Judge Rodney Faver.

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