South Ward Councilman, George Muschal Files Petitions for Re-Election
Trenton South Ward Councilman, George Muschal Files Petitions for Re-Election
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On Friday, January 12, 2018, Trenton South Ward Councilman George Muschal filed his petitions to run for re-election in the upcoming May election with the Trenton City Clerk’s Office.
“It has been my honor to serve the residents of the South Ward and the City of Trenton and I am committed to continuing working every day to improve our city and addressing the issues and concerns of our residents” stated Muschal.
George Muschal was born and raised in the Trenton area, growing up in the Lalor Street section. He attended St. Anthony School and shortly after graduation he enlisted in the Army National Guard.
George Muschal joined the Trenton Police Department in 1970 where he served the residents of Trenton for 39 years, retiring in 2009. Together with his wife Theresa they own and operate the Wishie-Washie Laundromat located on Lalor Street.
Muschal was elected to council in November 2009 in a special election, topping a field of 10 candidates to fill the unexpired term of former South Ward Councilman Jim Coston. He served twice as Council President.
In 2014, George Muschal was appointed Acting Mayor by the Trenton City Council to serve after Former Mayor Tony Mack was removed from office and charged with federal crimes of corruption.
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