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Hartford Mayor Tenders Resignation

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On Thursday, June 6, a special meeting was called for members of the Hartford City Council. Two items were listed on the agenda, issues within the water department, and the resignation of the mayor.
Mayor Richard Hartsfield had won his first term, and was in his second term, in which he ran unopposed.
Hartsfield’s resignation letter tendered effective 9:30 a.m. on June 6, stated “…this (is) a decision I regret, but I feel I have to.”
The Hartford City Council is required to make an appointment of a new mayor at their next regularly scheduled meet on Monday, June 24.
Recorder/Treasurer Danielle Woodard advertised the newly opened position on the city’s social media page on Friday, June 7. Woodard outlined the criteria for any candidate and stated letters of interested must be submitted to city hall by Wednesday, June 19.

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