Qualifying for Brookhaven election starts Monday
by Neighbor Staff
11:25 AM, Sunday, August 30
Qualifying for the Nov. 3 election starts Monday and three seats are up for re-election in the city of Brookhaven. The mayoral and District 1 and 3 city council posts are up for grabs and it’s possible all three incumbents could run for re-electio...

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