of Monticello Mayor, Allen Maxwell was found dead by his wife Monday morning. The 70-year-old
recently filed for a second term, he was serving the last year of his first
City released the following statement: The City of Monticello deeply mourns his
passing. His service to the City was unmmeasurable. Funeral arrangements will
be announced at a later time. All your prayers will be appreciated for his
friends and family.
Maxwell grew up in Warren, he started his
political career in 1992 and he was a former State Representative.
The Mayor's secretary told Channel Seven
the city council will meet on March 18 and they will discuss appointing an
interim. A special election will likely happen in June. That person will be in
office until December 31. The general election will be in November.
The Mayor and his wife Dana, were high school sweethearts. They were together for 50-years. They have two children and several grandkids.
The flag at Monticello City Hall has been
lower to half-staff in honor of Mayor Allen Maxwell.
There are no details about Mayor Maxwell's death at this time.
Tuesday, July 29 2014 10:35 AM EDT2014-07-29 14:35:49 GMT
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