UH Mayor to deliver State of City report at Jan. 6 meeting; council members to be installed
University Heights Mayor Susan Infeld will deliver the annual State of the City report at the Jan. 6 UH City Council meeting. Infeld, re-elected as mayor in November, will take the oath of office for her new term at the meeting. She will also take the oath of office as the city’s safety director.
According to the meeting agenda, council members Phillip Ertel, Susan Pardee and Mark Wiseman will also take oaths of office, and council will elect a vice mayor.
Various city administrators and officials are expected to be reappointed by council, including Kelly Thomas, clerk of council; Anthony Coyne, law director; Larry Heiser, director of finance; Steve Hammett, chief of police; and Walter Stinson, senior services manager.
The agenda includes the announcement of appointment to council standing committees and the election of council representatives to boards and commission.
Council also plans to issue a proclamation “honoring Karen Jones for her years of service as a Cleveland Heights/University Heights School Board member.”
The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. in UH council chambers. It will be preceded by a pre-meeting reception at 7 p.m. The installation of city officials will be followed by a regular council meeting.
Kim Sergio Inglis
Kim Sergio Inglis is editor-in-chief of the Heights Observer. She lives in the Shaker Farm Historic District in Cleveland Heights.