Snipper got the clock.
The Takoma Park City Council handed the clock to him a week after Councilmember Reuben Snipper stepped down. The council passed a resolution May 29 recognizing his service. This includes the clock, the departing-councilmembers’ traditional parting gift. The clock is a two-edged symbol. Officially, it represents the time spent serving in office — but it might also represent the spare time a departing councilmember now has restored to his/her life.
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