Syracuse City Council makes appointments

Jan 13 2013 - 12:09am

SYRACUSE -- Councilman Brian Duncan has been appointed to serve as mayor pro tem on the newly reorganized city council.

Duncan's appointment was approved by a vote of the council this week and was just one of many appointments finalized during the council's first meeting of 2013.

Other appointments included:

* Mayor Jamie Nagle will serve as the liaison to the Youth Council and as the city's representative on the Clearfield High School Community Council.

* Councilman Doug Peterson will serve as the city's representative on the Syracuse Elementary Community Council, as the city's representative on the Cook Elementary Community Council and as the city's representative on the Legacy Junior High Community Council.

* Councilman Larry Shingleton will represent the city as the Youth Court liaison, as the city's representative on the Bluff Ridge Elementary Community Council and as a museum board adviser.

* Councilwoman Karianne Lisonbee will serve as a voting member of the Utah League of Cities and Towns Legislative Policy Committee, a member of the Employee Appeals Board, as the city's representative on the Buffalo Point Community Council and as a liaison to the Arts Council.

* Duncan's assignments include serving as the city's representative on the Syracuse High School Community Council, and as an Employee Appeal Board alternate member.

* Councilman Craig Johnson will serve as a voting member of the Utah League of Cities and Towns Legislative Policy Committee, a liaison to the Planning Commission, as an Employee Appeals Board alternate member and as the city's representative on the Syracuse Junior High School Community Council.

* City Attorney Will Carlson will serve as a nonvoting member of the Utah League of Cities and Towns Legislative Policy Committee.

* Public Works Director Robert Whiteley will represent the city on the Layton Canal Board and seek election to the Davis and Weber Canal Board.

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