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SISTERS, OR -- The Sisters City Council has lost its second President in recent months.

 

Back in April, McKibben Womack resigned from the post because of the tough political climate in town.

 

Bill Hall was appointed to replace him and he has just resigned less than one month on the job -- for the same reasons.

 

Long Time Sisters City Councilor David Asson says its difficult to find those to serve in public service there. "I think in Sisters we have a lot of independents -- people who think differently.  And that can be irritating.  And the more vocal people are,  it preys on people's nerves.  I've been accused of that.  It's a tough business for no money and a lot of work."

 

Asson says he doesn't care for the confrontations either, but it doesn't bother him that much.

 

The city is currently accepting applications for the council opening.

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