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LaVergne Vice Mayor to Resign

Updated: Mar 31


MTN Reporter Alicia Patton, March 8 2021


LaVergne's Vice Mayor has announced that she is resigning.


The announcement was made on March 2nd during the city's monthly mayor and alderman meeting.


Vice Mayor Melisa Brown has been a resident of LaVergne since 1983, and has served on city council for around seven years.


Mayor Jason Cole says the reason for Brown's resignation is because she is moving to a different city. The board is looking for a replacement to complete the remainder of Brown's term.


Those interested should write a letter of intent with a resume attached and drop it off at LaVergne's city hall located at 5093 Murfreesboro Rd, LaVergne, TN.


The deadline to apply is March 29th, 2021 before 4:30 P.M.



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