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RESIGNATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS 6-16-10 LMS

The June 16th meeting of the Salmon City Council dealt with resignation letters from two city officials and appointments that will fill vacancies.

City Administrator George Ambrose has tendered his resignation. Ambrose was officially appointed to the position in June of 2008. He has a career background in large scale construction and ironically the city project just beginning at the time was construction of the Pedestrian Bridge. He and his wife, Tam, own the Village at North Fork. He now plans to devote full time to that enterprise.

Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural and Educational Center Director Angie Hurley has submitted her letter of resignation. She has served as director of the 71 acre facility since 2004 and has been managing all aspects of the center’s programs, events, fund development, partnership agreements, grounds maintenance, building projects and general administration.

In her letter she said she is willing to share information relating to current operations of the Learning Center projects and programs with Deputy City Clerk Mary Benton and Finance Director Amy Fealko and that she would facilitate the Sacajawea Center Partnership meeting on June 18.

Since Hurley’s announcement the City Council has held a work session to discuss the center’s future direction and has met with representatives from the center’s eleven official partners.

Council President Leo Marshall is presiding while Mayor John Miller is on vacation.

Marshall called for a vote on the resignations and they were officially accepted. Both resignations indicated an end date of no later than July 30.

The council officially voted to appoint Police Sergeant K.V. Felker to serve as interim Police Chief.

The council also voted to approve the appointment of Kathy Brown to the City Planning and Zoning Commission. It was stated that the mayor supports the appointment and City Planner Dan Maiyo said he has spoken with Brown and affirmed that she is willing to accept the position.


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