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Greenville City Council

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Greenville Michigan :: Downtown Development, 2 Mar 2013 [cached]
John Hoppough Greenville City Council
said John Hoppough, a member ..., 14 Nov 2011 [cached]
said John Hoppough, a member of the Greenville City Council. "You've got to grab the opportunities that are there."
Hoppough noted that ECD still employs a few hundred people in Greenville.
Greenville Michigan :: Boards & Commissions, 20 July 2013 [cached]
John Hoppough
John Hoppough
John Hoppough
John Hoppough, Mayor
Greenville Mayor John ..., 20 Jan 2014 [cached]
Greenville Mayor John Hoppough made the Hunt For a Cure team's efforts official with the signing of an official declaration Saturday that made January 2014 the official "Hunt For a Cure Days" month in Greenville.
"I believe everything we can do to increase awareness of health care issues and needs in the community is important," Hoppough said.
Prior to Tuesday's meeting, the council ..., 9 Jan 2010 [cached]
Prior to Tuesday's meeting, the council held an organizational meeting and selected John Hoppough to continue to serve as mayor, as well as Schuleit to continue as mayor pro tem.
Greenville Mayor John Hoppough, left, and Mayor Pro Tem Frances Schuleit, were voted back to their respective positions unanimously Tuesday evening by members of the Greenville City Council. - Daily News/Cory Smith
The process of selecting the positions is standard after an election of council members, which occurred in November.
Hoppough was nominated for mayor by Councilman Larry Moss, with a second from Councilwoman Jeanne Cunliffe.
A nomination for Schuleit was given by Lehman, however, with no support from council, Lehman withdrew his motion.
The council then voted unanimously to select Hoppough as mayor.
"I appreciate the opportunity to serve as mayor again, it is an honor," Hoppough said. "This council is a great group of people to be a part of."
Hoppough then nominated Schuleit for mayor pro tem, with a second by Moss, and with no other nominations, she was selected by unanimous vote by the council.
"I am honored to have been nominated twice this evening, but I want to offer my complete support for Mayor Hoppough and for the council," Schuleit said.
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