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Harriman elected officials may find it harder to seek city employment after they have served.
A policy proposed by Harriman City Councilman Lonnie Wright would require at least four years between an elected official’s time in office and any employment with the city.
“I think it is a good ordinance,” Wright said.
He said he’d heard from residents who were concerned a city official might resign and seek an office like the newly established city manager position.
Councilman J.D. Sampson thought four years might be too long.
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