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Pinckney council appoints longtime resident to fill vacancy

The Pinckney Village Council has a new member.

At Monday’s meeting, the board appointed longtime village resident Stacy Conquest to fill a vacancy.

According to her application, Conquest has been a Pinckney resident for 23 years and in that time has been involved with the Pinckney Elementary PTO, the Pinckney-Hamburg-Lakeland Girl Scouts, Boy Scout Troop 312, Friends of the Pinckney Community Public Library and the Awesome Paws 4-H Club.

Conquest told GIGO News what prompted her to seek the position.

“Pinckney has been the home I love for over 20 years,” she said. “I heard that there was an opening on the village council and I applied to fill it. I see this as an opportunity to serve my community and help Pinckney grow while continuing to be a great place to live.”

The Village Council is currently led by Council President Linda E. Lavey, who was elected to the position last November following the retirement of Rebecca Foster after 16 years on council, ten as President. Also serving are Trustees Justin Bierman, Jeffrey Buerman, Ted Kinczkowski, Brian Matson, and Jeffrey Spencer.

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