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Updated: 04/05/2014 08:00:04AM

Pfeiffer ready to roll up sleeves

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PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER


Trish Pfeiffer (left) receives a congratulatory hug from Wayne Lewis after the Bartow Elections Canvassing Board has declared her the victor of the April 1 election. Pfeiffer will be sworn in at the first city commission meeting in May, taking over the at-large Seat 4 seat Lewis vacated after serving two 3-year terms.

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Rep. Dennis Ross takes time from his schedule to meet with Trish Pfeiffer, who was in Washington, D.C., this week as part of this year's Leadership Bartow. Pfeiffer went immediately to the nation's capitol following her election as Bartow's new city commissioner.

PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER


Trish Pfeiffer smiles from ear-to-ear when the results of precinct votes and absentee ballots are announced and accepted by the vote canvassing committee.

PHOTO BY STEVE STEINER


Ballots are being examined at the Supervisor of Elections office following the close of election on April 1.

By STEVE STEINER

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This past week has been a whirlwind of activity for Trish Pfeiffer. No sooner had she won her campaign this past Tuesday, April 1, to succeed Wayne Lewis on the city commission, she jetted off to Washington, D.C., along with the other members of Leadership Bartow Class XV. Regardless, Pfeiffer, who at this point appears to be indefatigable, said she is ready to begin readying herself when she is sworn into office on May 5.

There were several areas of concern Pfeiffer focused upon as she campaigned. While a number of them were issues of which she was already aware, in some instances it was the matter of degree to how far her knowledge extended.

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