Councilman Montgomery Leaving Olathe City Council
Olathe, Kan. — Olathe City Councilman Bob Montgomery announced his resignation at the January 10 council meeting. His resignation will take effect as soon as his replacement is appointed.
Montgomery wants to focus on his service in the Kansas House of Representatives where he has also served for the past year. Montgomery was first elected to the Olathe City Council in 1997 and has served four terms as a Council member-at-large. The Council will meet to discuss Montgomery’s replacement in an upcoming meeting.
The City Council plans a reception to honor Councilman Montgomery’s years of service at a later date.
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