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Seward Supervisor Barbic Resigns

Written By Editor on 10/31/16 | 10/31/16

Seward Supervisor Carl Barbic resigned from office after a return to service in 2013. Barbic had previously served as Supervisor before retiring from office about several years prior. He was elected back in 2013 following the term of Larry Phillips with 59% of the vote then reelected last year. His first tenure was approximately 40 years.

Barbic served on the Finance Committee.

We spoke with Barbic briefly this morning, who was thankful for his time in office.

Town Clerk Brenda Southworth sent the following email

 J. Carl Barbic has officially resigned as the Town of Seward Supervisor effective 10/31/2016 at 11:59 P.M. He did not come to this decision lightly and had given this very careful and lengthy thought. We support Carl in his decision and will miss him greatly. He has contributed to the Town for better than 40 years in variety of roles. He asked that I let you know.
Thank you.
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