|MARSHALL NAMED MAYOR|
COUNCIL APPOINTS MAYOR 12-1-10
The month of December began with the appointment of a new mayor.
At the December 1st meeting of the Salmon City Council, Council President Leo Marshall was appointed as Mayor of the City of Salmon.
The council vote to name Marshall as mayor was unanimous. Mayor Marshall will serve for the one year remaining on former Mayor Millerís term.
Marshall began his council career in 2001 when he was appointed to complete the last few months of a vacated term. In November of 2001 he was elected to his first four-year term as City Councilman. He is presently in the second year of his third elected term on the council.
The new mayor and council will appoint someone to serve for the remaining two years of Marshallís council seat term.
Marshall has been serving on two of the councilís subcommittees and as a Local Option Tax Commissioner. He is also the Boy Scouts of America, Eagle Scout District Chairman.
Before becoming a councilman he was a member of the City Planning and Zoning Commission. Marshall is a native of Salmon and has been a sales representative for radio station KSRA, as well as a very well known voice, since 1982.
The council made its selection from a total of five people willing to serve as mayor.
In addition to Marshall, four civic minded city residents stepped forward to submit applications. They were; Jim Bockelman, Gregg Lowell, George Miley and Fred Waidely.
Official swearing-in ceremonies will take place at the December 15th meeting of the Salmon City Council.
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