Former city staffer John Miall says he’ll run for Asheville mayor, Citizen-Times reports

from the Asheville Citizen-Times

“Former Asheville official running for mayor”
by Mark Barrett

Former city employee John Miall announced his candidacy for mayor this morning.

Miall retired from his job as city director of risk management in 2006 after working 30 years for the city in a career that also included work in human resources and benefits management.

The mayor’s job and three other seats on City Council are up for grabs in the Nov. 5 general election.

Incumbent Mayor Terry Bellamy said this morning that she has not decided whether she will seek another term. …

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0 thoughts on “Former city staffer John Miall says he’ll run for Asheville mayor, Citizen-Times reports

  1. Timothy Sadler

    This is GREAT news. No offense Mayor Bellemy, but eight years is enough. I’ve had the opportunity to meet John Maill through proceedings related to the water siezure – I think he’d do an EXCELLENT job as Mayor.

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