Geneva Mayor Frankie Lindsey “honored” for his years of public service

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Geneva, Ala. (WDHN)—As WDHN reported last week, Geneva Mayor Frankie Lindsey announced he will not seek a second term in office.

At the Robert Fowler Park gazebo, the Geneva City Chamber of Commerce took a few moments to recognize Mayor Lindsey for his nearly 50-years of public service.

In his career, Lindsey served as a Chief Deputy for the Geneva County Sheriff’s Office, Geneva’s Police Chief, and an investigator with the Dale/Geneva District Attorney’s office.

Mayor Lindsey says serving the people of his hometown has been more than a job, it’s been his life’s calling.

Later this month, qualifying will take place for the Geneva mayoral post.

Mayor Lindsey says he’ll provide any advice that he can, but he will not endorse any candidate in the August municipal election.

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