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Sweet To Run For Re-Election In County's 3rd District

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ElmiraTelegram    109

Chemung County Legislator L. Thomas Sweet announced Monday he plans to run for reelection.

Sweet, a Republican, represents the 3rd District, which includes the Village of Horseheads and part of the Town of Horseheads.

Sweet, a former Horseheads village trustee, was appointed in April 2000 to fill a vacancy created by the death of former legislator William Cummisky, and he was elected to the position in November 2000.

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Sweet is chairman of the legislature's buildings and grounds committee and serves on three other standing committees. 

He was elected majority leader by his fellow lawmakers in 2012.

Sweet recently retired from Columbia Gas Transmission and is involved in several community activities, including the Chemung County Land Bank, Southern Tier Central Regional Planning and Development Board and Fish and Wildlife Management Board, among others.

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