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Outgoing Canyon Lake mayor thanked for his service, presented with gavel

On behalf of the city and staff, Mayor Jordan Ehrenkranz was presented with a gavel in appreciation of his term as mayor. His term ended on December 7. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

During Monday’s City Council meeting, outgoing Mayor Jordan Ehrenkranz was presented with a symbolic gavel in appreciation and recognition of his term as mayor. In a unanimous vote, Ehrenkranz and his colleagues appointed Kasey Castillo to fill the seat for the next year.

Senator Melissa Melendez administers the oath of office to Jordan Ehrenkranz, who was recently re-elected to the City Council for a fourth term. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

Ehrenkranz, who was recently re-elected to the City Council for a fourth term, is the only member in the history of the Canyon Lake City Council to be elected to serve four terms and to be appointed mayor four times.

The members of the City Council appoint a mayor and mayor pro tem annually. The mayor is the presiding officer at City Council meetings, with the mayor pro tem filling that role in the mayor’s absence. They have the same voting power as any other City Council member.

City Council members serve four-year terms. There is no limit as to the number of terms a member can serve. The terms of office are staggered, with two seats filled at one election and the other two seats filled at another election two years later. Canyon Lake City Council members are paid a stipend of $300 per month and an auto allowance of $100 per month.

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