GLASGOW – A Glasgow City Council special meeting Friday morning ended with no action taken.

The special meeting was held via teleconference with Mayor Harold Armstrong presiding at City Hall. A news release said the meeting was called for “discussion or hearing which might lead to the appointment, discipline or dismissal of an individual member.”

Those discussions took place during a closed session that lasted a little over an hour before Armstrong announced no action was being taken.

The signatures of seven council members – Patrick Gaunce, Sheri Eubank, Chasity Lowery, Joe Trigg, Gary Norman, James Neal and Brad Groce – were on the form requesting Friday’s special meeting.

While the meeting notice did not specify who was under consideration for possible discipline or dismissal, WCLU radio reported the special meeting was called to consider the removal of two Glasgow Electric Plant Board members.

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