The Virginia-Highland Civic Association has a new leader, according to the organization’s website.
Pamela Papner, who was elected Vice President last year, is now listed as President, and former president Alyson Higgins is no longer listed as a board member.
Higgins moved out of the neighborhood, Papner told Patch Wednesday, but hopes the move will be temporary.
VaHi resident Cindy Kaufman, who was elected an alternate board member last year, will fill the seat left vacant by Higgins.
The full board will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, March 7, at the .
Higgins was not available for comment.