Holts Summit Alderman Jason Michael moves out of city limits, resigns

— After serving on the Holts Summit Board of Alderman for six years, Alderman Jason Michael resigned from his seat as Alderman Ward I at the end of the board’s meeting on Monday night. Michael and his family moved outside of Holts Summit city limits, leading him to resign from his position, effective immediately.

Michael moved to Holts Summit in 1996 and worked with Ameren UE. In 1999, he joined the Holts Summit Police Department as a police officer. In 2006, he became a small business owner in Holts Summit. He was appointed Alderman Ward I in October 2008 to fill the unexpired term of former Alderman Lisa Schnieders. He was then elected to the seat in April 2009 and served in that role until Monday night.

At Monday’s board meeting, Michael said he enjoyed his time with the Board. He said he witnessed positives changes within the city during his time on the board. Holts Summit Mayor Lucas Fitzpatrick said he appreciated Michael’s public service to the city.

The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen is looking to fill Michael’s seat until his term ends in April. Residents at least 21 years old who live in Ward I and are interested in serving on the Board of Alderman can contact the city at (573) 896-5600.

Megan Favignano can be reached at (573) 826 2417 or megan@fultonsun.com.


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