The Post reported on Sunday that multiple sources close to the Metro board said Smedberg was emerging as a consensus candidate to replace Evans, who announced last week that he would not run for re-election as chair of the Metro board after his term expires on June Evans has been the subject of ethics investigations in D. He said he plans to remain as a member of the Metro board. Smedberg served five terms on the Alexandria City Council before losing his re-election bid last June in the Democratic primary. Alexandria City Council D.
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