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Billings government will soon see changes

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Billings government will see some major changes in the upcoming year. The mayor's seat is up for election and so are several city council member seats.

The City Administrator also will change over in the fall. City Administrator Tina Volek said city renovations, events and improvements all are part of a growing Billings.

She said new faces in government will only continue to move Billings forward as a city. 

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