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Byline: Marty Roney
Jul. 4--MILLBROOK -- In Al Kelley's tenure as Millbrook mayor, he has helped the city grow by 33 percent. The city's gain, however, eventually will be the mayor's loss.
If Kelley holds on to his job long enough to contemplate a fifth term in 2012, he will lose his vote on the City Council.
For cities with a population of more than 12,000, mayors no longer are voting members of the city council. Census estimates show Millbrook's population on July 1, 2005, at 14,805.
But the change won't take place until after the 2010 census, said Perry Roquemore, executive director of the Alabama League of Municipalities. Millbrook was …