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Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 9:54 p.m.
 

Monroeville Council voted 4-3 on Tuesday night to promote Lynette McKinney to municipal manager.

McKinney was formerly administrative assistant and became interim manager on Jan. 30.

Council members Diane Allison, Lois Drumheller, Bernhard Erb and Clarence Ramsey voted in favor of promoting her. Councilmen Steve Duncan, Nick Gresock and Jim Johns voted no.

The same majority on Thursday appointed Steve Pascarella as police chief. McKinney named Pascarella as interim chief on Feb. 1, after demoting former chief Doug Cole to sergeant.

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