(**Bulletin)Teresi announces he won't seek a sixth-term in office...
With family and friends standing behind him... Jamestown Mayor Sam Teresi announced at the end of tonight's City Council work session that he won't be running for a sixth-term in office.  Teresi's wife, Becky, and eldest son came into the Mayor's Conference room as Teresi began his suprising announcement.  He simply said "it's time" to spend more time with his family, and that he had a "good run" as mayor.  Speculation had been running around town the past year or so -- as to whether Teresi would seek an unprecidented sixth four-year term.  Council President Marie Carrubba, the longest serving council member, Tony Dolce, and Council woman Vickye James spoke, applauding Teresi for his time and commitment to the job.  The announcement comes just two days after first-year Councilman Andrew Liuzzo announced that he would be seeking the GOP nod to run for mayor this November.

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