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Johns Creek mayor, two councilmembers face opposition in upcoming elections
by Nicole Dow
August 29, 2013 11:14 AM | 4989 views | 7 7 comments | 64 64 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Former Mayor Pro Tem Bev Miller will run against Mayor Mike Bodker in the Nov. 5 municipal elections.

Miller, who has served on city council since Johns Creek's inception, was required to step down from her role as Post 6 councilwoman upon qualifying as a candidate for mayor. A special election will be held next year to fill the vacant position.

Two city council incumbents will also face opposition in their race for re-election this fall. Leonard Zaprowski, a local chiropractor, will run against Post 1 Councilman Randall Johnson. Nancy Reinecke, a dietitian/nutritionist, and Corinth Davenport, owner of Trinity Athletics, will face off against Post 3 Councilwoman Karen Richardson.

Post 5 Councilwoman Kelly Stewart will be running unopposed.

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