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Clark County

January 2, 2013

Clarksville council names new president

Board also hires ’03 Clarksville appointed as new redevelopment director



Kraft will serve as the council’s vice president, while Tetley will serve as the council’s secretary.

After assuming the role of president, Polston appointed himself, Popp and Tetley to one-year terms on the town’s redevelopment commission.

Gilkey will serve as the council’s liaison to the wastewater department and as a member of the town’s plan commission.

Brittany Montgomery, the town’s project coordinator, was named to represent Clarksville on the River Hills Economic Development Council.

Nancy Kraft, a member of the Greater Clark County Schools board, vice president of the Clark County Democratic Party and wife of Paul Kraft, was appointed to a one-year term on the Clark-Floyd Counties Convention and Tourism Bureau.

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