Mayor-elect Worel’s council seat up for grabs

PARK CITY, Utah — With Nann Worel’s victory in the election for Park City Mayor, an opening city council seat now needs filling.

The decision is up to the remaining four city council members, including two who will be sworn in on January 4 — Jeremy Rubell and Tana Toly. Mayor-elect Worel would break a 2-2 tie.

Park City Municipal is hosting a workshop designed to inform interested city residents how they can apply for, and what to expect from, the commitment to hold a position on the city council.

Councilmember Steve Joyce, City Attorney Margaret Plane, and City Recorder Michelle Kellogg will conduct the Introduction to Serving on City Council event in Park City Council Chambers on Tuesday, December 7 at 6 pm. The meeting can also be attended virtually via Facebook and Zoom.

Attendees will learn about the process for filling a vacant council seat, residency requirements, duties of the job, time commitments, and what transitioning from a private citizen to a public official can entail.

“Serving on the City Council has been a highly-fulfilling experience – it’s a sometimes challenging and always rewarding way to serve the Park City community,” Councilmember Steve Joyce said in a statement. “I would encourage all those interested in serving to attend this workshop.” 

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