(THREE RIVERS) – For the second time in over a year, a member of the Three Rivers City Commission is leaving office.
During Tuesday's meeting, Third District Commissioner Norm Stutesman announced that he would be stepping down, effective April 1. Stutesman read from a statement, saying the reason he is leaving is due to the fact he is moving out of the District.
Stutesman was appointed to the Third District seat in January 2018, replacing Diane Clay who left the seat after also moving out of the District. Stutesman was selected to be the Commissioner for that District after no applications were received by the City of Three Rivers.
Stutesman finished Clay's term and in November 2018 won his own term on the City Commission.
City Staff says they will once again accept applications from residents of the Third District who are interested in finishing Stutesman's term.
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