CASCADE -- The new mayor of Cascade says he's getting a good reception from citizens, but he's not sure how long he'll stay in office.

Rob Terry became Cascade mayor last week when the city council appointed him to succeed Dick Carter, who resigned one month ago.

Terry, who served on the council for three years, says big issues on his plate right now include a sewer bond project, aimed at reducing the amount of effluent that gets into the sewer lagoon. Also, paving projects for Old Lake Shore Drive and a section of Cabarton Road.

Terry will be mayor until this November's election.

He says he doesn't know if he'll run for a full term.

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