Jamestown Mayor Sam Teresi took time out during his final month in office to sit down and talk with WRFA’s Jason Sample, WJTN’s Terry Frank and The Post-Journal’s Dennis Phillips to reflect and share stories and insights from his 20 years as mayor, as well as another 20+ years of working in city hall as a student at Jamestown High School, an college intern, and a grant writer for JURA and as the city Development Director. Teresi left office on Dec. 31, 2019 after choosing not to run for a sixth consecutive term as mayor. He is replaced by Mayor Eddie Sundquist, who took office on Jan. 1, 2020.
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