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Waterloo Town Board member Bob Rodger resigns

Town Board member Bob Rodger has resigned, citing health reasons.

The board will vote Monday night to accept the resignation, which was effective Aug. 12. Rodger’s term expires Dec. 31 and he did not seek re-election.

“I have to deal with my health issues, but I’d like to thank everyone for their support. I really appreciate it and enjoyed serving. It’s a good board,’’ said Rodger, of 49 Taylor Ave.

A Democrat, he was elected to a four-year term in November 2013 and began his term Jan. 1, 2014. He ran again in 2017 and won the remaining two years of the term of Lisa Hochadel, who was elected county supervisor. His seat will remain vacant until the November election.

Vying for two seats on the board, including the Rodger seat, are Democrats Kristine McGuane and Robin Withers and Republicans Mike Pfeiffer and Bob Lotz. Pfeiffer is an incumbent.

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