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Zimbelman Steps Down, New Mayor Sworn In

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Former Minot Mayor Curt Zimbelman has officially finished his run as mayor. After 36 years of service and 12 years serving as mayor, Zimbelman gave an emotional speech to the council and Minot residents.

“I certainly want to thank the citizens of Minot. It’s been an honor and a privilege to represent this city,” says Zimbelman.

Zimbelman received applause from council members and people in attendance. As he ended his term, the new Minot Mayor, Chuck Barney, was sworn in.

Barney has already hit the ground running. Today, he met with The Prothman Company regarding a new city manager.

 

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