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Pinto and Corchado withdraw after 301st ballot fails to pick a winner.
Calling it a 'rocky start', mayor calls for cooperation among councilors. Council members will meet again Tuesday to try to choose a replacement for Joan Lovely.
Salem Mayor Kimberley Driscoll called for cooperation among councilors Monday night.
Former Councilors Pinto and Corchado vie for appointment for one-year term as council splits over candidates supported and opposed by Mayor Driscoll.
Councilors gathered at City Hall Thursday night to pick a replacement for Joan Lovely.
Pinto and Corchado appear to have most votes, but a surprise could be in the making.
Salem City Council members revisited the laws governing the construction of large, dense projects.
The city stays $3 million under state tax limit.
Ward 4 City Councilor Jerry Ryan is hoping meals tax will help avoid imposing more taxes on local homeowners.
Salem's new Parks Director was appointed at City Hall Thursday night.
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