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Ambrose named to fill NBV mayoral vacancy

| Wednesday, March 10, 2004

North Belle Vernon Borough Council President Craig V. Ambrose was appointed Tuesday to fill the unexpired term of former Mayor Patricia A. Angelo, who died Feb. 21.

Ambrose, whose term as mayor will expire in December 2005, was named to the vacancy by the unanimous vote of council.

The new mayor first was elected to council in November 1991 and has served since then. He was appointed president of council in the late 1990s.

Robert J. Sokol was appointed to serve as council president until December 2005. Sokol was appointed to council in May 1995 and has served since then as president or vice president. He is also chair of parks and recreation.

Leonard J. Parzynski was appointed to serve as vice president of council until December 2005. He was appointed to borough council in July 1996 and has been serving as chair of public safety.

Council voted to appoint Barb Peters, 444 Henry St., to fill the council seat vacated by Ambrose.

Peters, who also will serve until December 2005, is an active member of the North Belle Vernon Fire Department who currently serves as the borough's deputy emergency management coordinator.

All council members attemded the meeting and all votes were unanimous.

In other business, the North Belle Vernon Recreation Education Commission and Belle Vernon Lions Club announced that a free story time hour will be held March 17 at the Belle Vernon Lions Club building, 435 Speer St., at 6 p.m., for children from 3 to 8 years of age.

Those interested can call the borough office, at (724) 929-6930 to register.

There will be a limit of 20 participants.

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