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Joel Sipress Appointed by Duluth Council to Fill Vacant 2nd District Seat

Created: 02/10/2014 9:05 PM WDIO.com

The hole on the Duluth City Council has been filled.

Councilors appointed Joel Sipress to fill the 2nd District seat in a special meeting Monday night. It took councilors a half dozen rounds of voting and more than two hours to choose Sipress over Kathy Heltzer and Angie Miller. They were chosen from a pool of ten candidates after initial interviews on Thursday.

Sipress replaces Patrick Boyle who was elected to the St. Louis County Board in January.

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