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Kannapolis mayor hospitalized

By Hugh Fisher
hfisher@salisburypost.com
KANNAPOLIS ó Mayor Bob Misenheimer is doing well after being hospitalized last week for high blood pressure.
The two-term Kannapolis mayor remains hospitalized at CMC-Northeast, where he has been since late last week.
Misenheimer was first elected mayor in 2005.
At Mondayís Kannapolis City Council meeting, Mayor Pro Tem Gene McCombs told council members that the mayor was in good condition and good spirits.
McCombs said he had spoken to Misenheimer earlier that day.
ěHe looks forward to getting back into the swing of things as soon as possible,î McCombs said.
Earlier Monday, Misenheimerís daughter, Mary Lawton, told the Post by phone that he was recovering well.
ěHeís doing great,î Lawton said.
Contact Hugh Fisher via the editorís desk at 704-797-4244.

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