Voting for city council members in some cities may not happen this November as planned because some are faced with redrawing district lines before election day.
Greenville's city council will hold a public meeting to discuss pushing back the municipal elections this November. That decision has to be made three business days before filing in July.
As it stands, Districts two and four lost residents. Those areas east and west of the city are represented by Rose Glover, mayor pro-tem Bryant Kittrell and Calvin Mercer. Moving the lines could mean some residents would have a different council member altogether.
Residents will have a chance to voice thoughts on the possible election delay during a public hearing Thursday night at 7:00 pm at city hall.
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