Paradise Valley Honors Vice Mayor, Councilwoman for Service to City
Paradise Valley honored Vice Mayor David Sherf and Councilwoman Mary Hamway on Dec. 15 for their years of service to the city.
According to The Town of Paradise Valley Independent, guests from around town gave both officials a standing ovation as they accepted a town proclamation presented by Mayor Michael Collins. Both of them are completing their time on the Paradise Valley Council at the end of the year.
Hamway was first elected to the town council in 2004, and served for 10 years where she twice served as vice mayor before filling a vacancy on the council, article said.
As for Sherf, he has served on the council for six years, and in 2012 he was appointed to serve as vice mayor, to which he was re-elected in 2014, according to the article.
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This local update courtesy of your Paradise Valley Community Expert.