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Swinehart named county supervisor

by Larry Chowning

After a short closed session Tuesday morning, the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors (BOS) unanimously voted to appoint Kathleen H. Swinehart to fill the vacant Harmony Village Board of Supervisor seat held by the late Jack D. Miller.

Miller, who was the Saluda District supervisor and later Harmony Village board member for over 22 years died on February 19 after a bout with cancer. Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution honoring Miller for his work and dedication to the citizens of Middlesex County. The resolution will be presented to the Miller family

Swinehart, who lives on Deer Chase Road, has a stellar career in education having been a teacher and principal at schools in Arlington and is currently an educational consultant.

Before the afternoon meeting, Swinehart was sworn in and she took her seat at the board table. Board chair Chip Holt welcomed her to the board and thanked her for being willing to take on the job of supervisor.

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posted 03.07.2018

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