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Place 3 Councilman James Moody issues statement on retirement from City Council

“After four terms and 16 years on the Smiths Station City Council, I have made the decision to retire at the end of this term. It has been an honor and privilege to serve the people of our small town and the great city of Smiths Station. During my years of service, I have been blessed to see so many positive changes take place and although my time as a representative is over, I will continue to support our mayor and new council members in encouraging growth and positive development. You have given me the honor of serving you these past sixteen years as your City Council member. This privilege has allowed me to work with so many of you to create the special quality of life we enjoy here in Smiths Station. Over the last several years, numerous achievements have been accomplished in this city because the community was and still is the focus of the City Council. This city has been run and supported by its active residents who have spent a tremendous amount of their time to build up and then make it a better community. We have not only shown growth but done so while preserving the history and close knit environment that has always made us a place people want to call home. Smiths Station is and has always been about the people. I’ve called this great city home for over 50 years and I couldn’t be prouder of where it stands today and what it represents. Thank you again for all the support and encouragement over the years and may we all continue to stand behind our mayor and council members as they move us into the future. Being a part of Smiths Station is truly a blessing and honor.” -James Moody