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Senoia sets qualifying fees for mayor, council

The political landscape in Senoia could be up for a change later this year. The City Council on Jan. 7 announced qualifying fees for mayor and the two council seats up for election in November.

Mayor Robert Belisle’s term will expire at the end of the year, as will those of Councilman Jeff Fisher and Councilman Larry Owens. Senoia uses the at-large method of electing council members.

The qualifying fee for mayor is $360 while the qualifying fee for council positions is $90.

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