Kralovich resigns from Cairo Town Board
Andrea Macko reports for Porcupine Soup that for unannounced "personal reasons" Stephen Kralovich resigned from the Cairo Town Board on Feb. 12. “It has been an honor serving the people of Cairo but due to unforeseen personal circumstances I must step aside,” Kralovich wrote in an email to the board. Kralovich is a Republican, with a term set to end December 31, 2023. Instead, on Feb. 16 the board appointed Republican Debra Birk Bogins to fill the seat. Bogins failed to win a nomination for the board last March at the Republican caucus. Instead, Mary-Jo Cords and Michael Flaherty got the nominations, and both won in the general election. Bogins said she wants to, “make the town a better place and be a team: the board and the public.” Read more about this story at Porcupine Soup.