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Posted on: November 4, 2014

[ARCHIVED] Czyz elected to Lilburn City Council

Teresa Czyz

Teresa Czyz was victorious in the city’s special election on Nov. 4 to elect a City Council representative for Post 1. As soon as the election results are certified, Czyz will fill the seat that was vacated earlier this year by Thomas Wight.

Czyz received 52 percent of the vote (286 votes). Michelle West received 48 percent of the vote (259 votes). These results are unofficial and have not yet been certified.

Czyz has lived in Lilburn for 12 years. She has served on the city Alcohol Review Board and Planning Commission. She was vice president of nonprofit SafetySmart Lilburn from 2010 to 2013. She now serves on the Lilburn Community Garden Board of Directors.

The Lilburn City Council is comprised of four posts and one elected mayor. All members are elected at-large and serve four-year terms.

Media Contact: Nikki Perry, Public Relations Manager, 678-551-1196,


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