Three seek to fill vacant Merrimack Council seat
Yakuboff, the former chairman of the Merrimack Town Council, died last month following a lengthy illness.
The town council is scheduled to interview all three candidates at 5:45 p.m. Monday at the town manager’s conference room. Then, the council is expected to deliberate and appoint their top choice for the position at 7 p.m. Thursday at Merrimack Town Hall.
L’Heureux, a Republican, previously served 20 years in the New Hampshire House of Representatives for District 19 before retiring from politics in 2010.
Woods, also 74, is a retired educator and town employee. He previously served on the local school board, zoning board, municipal budget committee, charter commission, master plan committee and has been a commissioner for the Merrimack Village District.
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