Dewey-Humboldt Councilman Hiles resigns, says he cannot work with mayor
Dewey-Humboldt council member David Hiles submitted a letter of resignation, effective April 3, to Town Manager Yvonne Kimball on March 13, the day after voters re-elected Mayor Terry Nolan.
"I cannot and will not serve another two plus years with Terry Nolan as Mayor," Hiles said in the brief letter.
At the March 19 council meeting, council member Mark McBrady, Vice Mayor Dennis Repan and Nolan stated their reluctance to grant the resignation.
"I realize we have differences, but that's part of the process," Nolan said.
With Hiles abstaining and council members Denise Rogers and Nancy Wright absent, the council voted unanimously to accept the resignation.
The town will advertise the open seat beginning April 4. Those interested in applying should contact the town at 928-632-7362.
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