MYRTLE, Miss. (WTVA ) - The Myrtle Board of Aldermen set a date in late October for a special election to fill a vacancy on the board.
Voters will head to the Myrtle Town Hall on October 30th, Mayor Micheal Canerdy said.
The date to qualify will be October 10th by 5 p.m.
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