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When the millage comes up for renewal in five years, Griswold says she won't oppose it. But she's not giving up--she just hopes to find a quicker path to changing AAATA's direction. "This [election] shows how important the [August] primary elections will be," she says, "because council appoints boards--including the AAATA board."    (end of article)

[Originally published in June, 2014.]

 

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