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November 8, 2013

Four elected to Chamber Board

Knoxville — Annie Leonard, Aaron Hubler, T. Waldmann-Williams and Rick Kingery will soon take seats on the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce Board. 

There were three seats up for election and 10 candidates. With the election of Brian Hatch to the mayor's office, an additional seat opened up. 

Votes were due to the Chamber today and counted. Candidates were notified of their placement. 

We'll have more on this in the Nov. 15 Journal-Express. 

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