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Earlier this week on Tuesday, David Oller submitted a letter of resignation as Mayor of the Village of Kincaid, effective immediately. He told Regional Radio News via phone on Friday that he resigned due to personal reasons, including the flooding impact that continues and the CMS Surplus Investigation. He also mentioned serving as Mayor of Kincaid was taking time away from his full-time job and family. He further stated the position is better suited for a person that is retired to serve as Mayor that can work during the day. He also mentioned in the future he may consider doing something with the Village of Kincaid, but is not sure yet.

 

Oller noted he is still helping with the Midland Ministerial Association with the supplies to the flood victims and the upcoming benefit on March 18. He added that he enjoyed helping the residents and working with the Village Hall employees.

 

The next regularly scheduled village meeting will take place on Monday, March 14 and the village will formally accept Oller’s resignation. Oller served as Mayor since August 2014, following former Mayor Doug Thomas who was charged with several felonies. 

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