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Charlottesville City Council appoints Leah Puryear to fill open Council seat

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Charlottesville City Council has appointed former Charlottesville City School Board member Leah Puryear to the vacancy on City Council left by the resignation of Sena Magill.

Puryear was officially sworn-in during Monday’s City Council meeting by Charlottesville Clerk of Court Llezelle Dugger.

Puryear will serve until Dec. 31, 2023.

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