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Waynesboro Borough Council race goes to Mumma

November 07, 2007|By ASHLEY HARTMAN

CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - With both precincts reporting, Republican C. Harold Mumma won the Second Ward seat on the Waynesboro Borough Council with 187 votes Tuesday night over Democrat William "Bill" Devlin, who had 99 votes, according to complete, but unofficial, results from the Franklin County Election Board.

Mumma will serve a four-year term, replacing Allen Berry, who chose not to run again.

Mumma, 70, of 147 W. King St., was appointed to fill a vacancy on the borough council in 2004, but lost in the 2005 election. During part of his time on the council, he served as president.

Mumma, who operates his own landscaping business, said he is concerned about downtown revitalization and work on pedestrian crossings in Waynesboro.

Waynesboro Borough Council members are paid $125 per month, according to borough records.

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