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Tuesday, March 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Nevada Heights Neighborhood Council officers stepping down

By Terence Vent The Spokesman-Review

The Nevada Heights Neighborhood Council is bidding farewell to two of its officers.

Jarren Long, citing work demands, resigned his position as chair of the Nevada Heights Neighborhood Council. Vice Chair Mindy Muglia will serve as acting chair until council elections in January.

“He serves on a couple other boards and has a job and is starting his own computer business,” Muglia said. “Something had to give.”

Long’s fiancé, council secretary Debra Shutt, also resigned to focus on school and the couple’s business. Council treasurer Christy Jeffers will fill the role until elections.

“We’re still planning on attending meetings, as time permits,” Long said. “(But) we’re pretty much scheduled out for the next 2-3 years, so we might not be taking an active interest for a while.”

“We were sad to see Jarren and Debbie go, because they had a lot of energy,” said Muglia. “(But) we still have all of our same things planned.”

Upcoming events include a neighborhood yard sale, spring cleanup and an open house with a taco bar. Consult the Nevada Heights Neighborhood Council website for details and contact information.

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