SUSIUN CITY — The City Council will welcome a new member and city treasurer at Tuesday’s meeting.
Lori Wilson will be sworn in as a council members and take her place at the dais. And for the first time in almost 30 years, the city will have a new treasurer, Mike McMurry. His wife Jeannie has held the post since 1984. Jeannie McMurry did not seek re-election.
Returning Councilman Mike Segala will take the oath of office, too, as will City Clerk Linda Hobson. A mayor pro-tem will also be appointed.
The council will discuss animal care services between the county and the city. Suisun City is expected to pay an additional $40,000 a year for a project to improve the existing shelter. The shelter takes in about 800 animals annually from the city, or roughly 8.63 percent of the county’s total.
The initial term of a memorandum of understanding for animal care services would begin Dec. 30 and end in 15 years.
The council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the City Council chambers, 701 Civic Center Drive.
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