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By: Eddy Gifford, Publisher


The City of Trenton will hold a Special Election on March 18th after three people qualified for the vacant Streets Commissioner position last week.

The Streets Commissioner seat has been vacant for several months after Greg Houts, the former Street Commissioner, moved out of the City and resigned his position.

An election was scheduled in November but only one person, David Raines, qualified for the office. Raines passed away suddenly before the November election.

Former Dade County Commissioner Tommy Lowery qualified first for the position with David Moore and Donald Taylor also qualifying.

The winner will be filling the unexpired term of Houts that runs through November 2015.

Early voting for the Special Election begins on Feb. 24 at Trenton City Hall.

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