Kramer_TOP_02Berkley City Council Member SaharaAd_04Tina Edgar Announces Resignation
(City of Berkley, April 5, 2016)
Berkley, MI – At the end of the April 4th meeting, Tina Edgar announced she will leave the Berkley City Council effective immediately. Elected in 2013, Edgar was the council liaison to the Planning Commission and the Tree Board.
After living in Berkley for 17 years, Ms. Edgar’s resignation letter stated, “It is with regret that I tender my resignation as a member of Berkley City Council. I will be moving out of the city shortly and, therefore, will be ineligible to serve.” Ms. Edgar was elected after former councilmember Lisa Platt Auensen moved out of state in 2013, at the end of her term.
UrbaneAd_04“I have appreciated Ms. Edgar’s contribution and collegial spirit in moving the city forward”, said Mayor Phil O’Dwyer. “We’ll give Tina an appropriate send off at a future council meeting.”
According to the City Charter, those registered to vote in the City of Berkley are eligible for appointment to serve the remainder of Ms. Edgar’s term. Those interested in serving are asked to submit a resume, along with a completed application for Boards and Commissions, available on the city’s website, to the City Clerk’s Office. Hard copy and electronic applications will be accepted as follows:
Hard copies to: Berkley City Hall, ATTN:City Clerk, 3338 Coolidge Hwy, Berkley MI 48072
Email Applications to: CouncilVacancy@Berkleymich.net
All applications must be received by 5 PM on April 14, 2016. The remaining Councilmembers will consider the applications and make a nomination to fill the vacancy at the April 18th council meeting. The individual selected will join the council at the May 2nd meeting and will serve the term that ends in November, 2017.
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