The village of Seyches woke up with immense sadness this Saturday morning, December 26th. Serge Cadret, the current mayor, would have been fatal.
A member of the Val de Garonne Agglomeration office, the sixty-year-old became mayor in 2011, following the resignation of Jean-François Boufferon. He was re-elected in March for a second term, with a rejuvenated list. Serge Cadret was also responsible for roads at VGA in his sector.
“It’s terrible to leave during the holidays, he was a very young retiree,” responded Jacques Bilirit, the president of the intermunicipal association who learned the news around 10 am on Saturday.
The editorial team advises you
The deputy for the 2nd constituency of Lot-et-Garonne Alexandre Freschi also shared his sorrow on Facebook. “I had the chance to meet a straight man, sincere and close to the concerns of his fellow citizens. Always attentive to everyone’s needs, in his professional activity as in his life as an elected official, Serge has always worked for the general interest “, delivered the Marmandais.
It is his deputy Emmanuel Vigo, who should take over the interim.