The Coastal Star

Briny Breezes: Council seeks nominees for two-year appointment


By Margie Plunkett


Alderman Karen Wiggins stepped down from Briny Breezes Town Council to accept a seat on the corporate board last month, leaving vacant a two-year term that will be
filled by appointment.


“We’ll be looking for a full-time resident and registered voter,” Council President Sharon Kendrigan said after the April meeting, encouraging anyone who’s
interested in filling the term to come to the Town Hall between 10 a.m. and
noon Tuesday or Thursday.


Kendigan said the panel hopes to make a nomination at its May 27 meeting, as well as vote and appoint a new alderman. One candidate has already come forward,
Kendrigan said, adding that she welcomed others as well.


Wiggins, who had just started her second term, was allowed her final request in office: She moved to adjourn the meeting.


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