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Prevention Council director resigns two days after her DWI arrest makes news

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The Prevention Council's executive director resigned her post Saturday, two days after her drunken driving arrest in Ticonderoga hit the local news. Heather Kisselback submitted her resignation and the council's board of directors accepted it, according to a statement from board President Rich Ferguson posted on the Prevention Council's website. Kisselback was pulled over March 2 in Ticonderoga in Essex County for failing to dim her headlights and was charged with driving while intoxicated and ...

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