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Pruski steps down as Poth mayor
Wilson County NewsOctober 23, 2013 | 1,613 views | 1 comment
Travis Pruski, the mayor of Poth, has resigned.
He has served the city for 10 years, initially as a council member and most recently as mayor. Read his letter to the citizens of Poth on page 12A.
Pruski said this decision has been in the works since his daughter, Corinn, was born earlier this year. He also expressed confidence in the city’s leadership, advising that Mayor Pro Tem Paul Martinez would take the helm Oct. 21 during the Poth City Council meeting.
“I will still be helping the city by being the financial officer and project planner,” Pruski said. “I will still be planning and working on future projects. Just the extra mayor duties were going to take too much time away from my daughter. I am not stepping away forever, but Corinn only grows up once. I believe this move is best for me and my family; also, it will give me great perspective to be a better leader again in the future.”
See his farewell message at: http://www.wilsoncountynews.com/article.php?id=54312
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