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City Of Como Will Hold An Election For All 3 Places On Council

The City of Como will hold an election for all three places on the City Council. Filing for the two commissioner seats and mayor begins tomorrow.

Currently, Jerry Radney serves as mayor. As mayor pro temp, he stepped up to mayor when Darla Henry resigned the position in August 2020, due to a move out of the city. Austin Baxley, a teacher at Como-Pickton school, was then appointed to the council as commissioner. Steve Smith is serving in the other commissioner seat on Como City Council.

The city partners with Como-Pickton CISD every 2 years to hold elections; all three seats on the council are up each time.

Candidate filing for the two commissioner seats and mayor begins at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13 and will continue Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Feb. 12, 2021, at City Hall, 104 Mills Street in Como.

For additional information about the election, call 903-488-3434

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Como City Hall, 104 Mills Street, Como

Author: Faith Huffman

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