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Quinn resigns as executive VP; Knight elected to fill position

Matt Quinn resigned from his position as the executive vice president of the Greater Olney Civic Association (GOCA), citing family reasons.
GOCA’s bylaws allow for a vacancy to be elected by the majority of the board.

At the May 9 GOCA meeting, Carolyn Knight, a delegate from the Olney Oaks Civic Association, was elected unanimously to fill the remainder of the term, which expires in February.

 

by Terri Hogan

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