PRINCETON — Mayor Brad Schmitt confirmed Monday that the city's board of public works and safety has two new members ready to meet Sept. 18 at 5:30 p.m.

Schmitt said City of Princeton retiree J.B. Brines, a former Princeton common council member, has agreed to serve, as well as local photographer/radio personality Cliff Ingram.

The three-member board has been inactive since the resignation of Karen McClure earlier this summer, a few weeks after the resignation of Bruce Fisher.

The mayor serves on the board of works with two appointees of his choice.

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