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Poth Page: Mayor says farewell
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Travis Pruski and his family enjoy the Poth Ride to Remember Sept. 7. He has resigned as mayor to focus on his family.
Poth Mayor Travis Pruski tendered his resignation during a Poth City Council meeting Oct. 21. He shared this letter with readers of the Wilson County News.
To the citizens of Poth:
I have decided to step down as the mayor of Poth. Thank you so much allowing me to represent you as your mayor and council member over the past 10 years.
This decision came about in July, after my wife and I were blessed with our beautiful baby girl. I want to dedicate my time and energy to my daughter.
I feel confident in the dedicated city council and amazing city employees that the city is in great hands. I will still be involved as the city’s financial and project advisor.
Also, the city will still be completing the infrastructure project that we started eight years ago. All the streets will be paved, the water and sewer lines will be replaced, and the water plant will continue to be improved.
It was my honor to serve you and this great city.
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