Wildomar Councilwoman Marsha Swanson, District 5, submitted a letter of resignation on February 10. Swanson has been on the council since the city’s incorporation in 2008.
During a special meeting on February 16, the council voted to appoint a new council member in Swanson’s place. An ad hoc committee, consisting of Mayor Pro Tem Joseph Morabito and Councilman Dustin Nigg, will hold interviews and provide a recommendation for the appointment. Swanson’s resignation will take effect upon the appointment of a successor by the city council.
Swanson gave no specific reason for her resignation. “I am grateful for having the opportunity to serve on the city council for the City of Wildomar for the past 14 years, and I offer my best wishes for the city’s continued success,” she said.
“Council Member Swanson has been a tireless leader for our community since incorporation,” Mayor Ben Benoit said. “We will genuinely miss her calming influence on our council and wish her the best with the upcoming free time she’ll have with her husband John Swanson, the kids, grandkids, and seven great-grandkids.”
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