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Huntsman’s Call For Resignation

Surprising, Town Supervisor Says

FLY CREEK – Town Supervisor Anne Geddes Atwell said a few minutes ago she “was very surprised” by former Town Board member Julie Huntsman’s call for her resignation.

“I’ve always backed the things she’s done,” said Geddes Atwell.  “I’ve supported her.  If she had a problem she should have talked to me.”

She added, “The only difference we had was how to deal with difficult people.”


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