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Three former, current office holders considered to replace Yakuboff on Merrimack council

MERRIMACK – The town council will name a temporary replacement this week for the council seat left vacant by last month’s death of David Yakuboff Sr.

The replacement will fill the seat until the next election, in April 2015. ...

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MERRIMACK – The town council will name a temporary replacement this week for the council seat left vacant by last month’s death of David Yakuboff Sr.

The replacement will fill the seat until the next election, in April 2015.

The three candidates will be interviewed Monday night. The council is expected to make the appointment at Thursday night’s meeting.

The three candidates are:

Bob L’Heureux, who was a New Hampshire state representative for two decades, and a Merrimack School Board member from 1978 to 1984.

Lenette Peterson, who is a current state representative.

Lon Woods, who sat on a number of town government bodies, including school board, zoning board, municipal budget committee , and is on the Board of Commissioners of the Merrimack Village District.

Yakuboff, who was owner of All Basics Stove Shop, served six years on the town council and was its chairman when he died in June following a lengthy illness.

– Telegraph staff