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The town of Dover, North Carolina is about nine miles south of Kinston and has a population of only around 600, but the special thing about Dover is that is has a woman mayor and three women commissioners; they are Mayor Annie Wilson, and commissioners Mrs. J.H. Humphrey, Mrs. R.S. Russell, and Mrs. Sarah Griffin.
Chapel Hill councilwoman Penny Rich will resign in late November or early December leaving just two women representing Chapel Hill. The position will officially open in January 2013 and two individuals have already expressed interest; George Cianciolo, a Duke University associate research professor; and Maria Plame, a former teacher and state Board of Education member.