Emotional Goodbye, Alachua County Commission Chair's Last Meeting
She said she now has time to take some piano lessons. After being handed a solid defeat on election day, Alachua county commission chair Cynthia Chestnut had remained relatively silent up until Tuesday's morning commission meeting. County staff and fellow commissioners bid her farewell just one week after voters chose political outsider and tea-party backed republican Susan Baird over Chestnut.
"It's been my pleasure to serve the citizens to be a voice for the voiceless and that has been the story of my life," said Chestnut.
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