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Grim formally resigns from Purcellville Town Council; town puts out call for interim service

At the Purcellville Town Council meeting Tuesday, Councilwoman Kelli Grim formally resigned from her position effective Nov. 3.

Grim's husband, who works for the government, has been reassigned, and they will be moving out of town, Grim announced earlier this month.

"It is bittersweet, and it is hard to go. There is so much we have accomplished and so much more to do. I ran for the people that did not have a voice and now new advocates will come along to do good things," Grim told the Times Mirror in an earlier interview.

Grim's seat will be filled by the Town Council for the remainder of her term, until June 2018. She was elected in May 2016 to fill the seat vacated by Ben Packard, who also moved out of town in 2016.

The town has issued a call for residents who are interested in serving an interim term on the council. They should submit an application to the Town Clerk online through purcellvilleva.gov by 5 p.m. Nov. 3, or via email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or in person at the Town Hall located at 221 S. Nursery Ave.

To serve on the Town Council, a person must be a qualified voter in the Town of Purcellville.

Applications will be reviewed at a special council meeting Nov. 6. Public interviews with prospective candidates will be held Nov. 14, prior to the regularly scheduled council meeting. It is expected the interim appointment will take his or her seat at the Dec. 12 meeting to serve the remainder of the term ending June 30, 2018.

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Will the last person left in Purcellville Town Hall turn out the lights?

Geesh…is anyone left out there?

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