Aberdeen Mayor Patrick McGrady has nominated Jason Kolligs, a US Naval Academy graduate and highly-qualified candidate, to fill the vacancy on the Aberdeen City Council. Jason’s Resume is linked in the press release, here.
In order for the people of Aberdeen to be fully-represented on the Aberdeen Council, the Council will be asked to vote on February 8 to approve the nomination of Jason Kolligs.
The Council has already rejected Mayor McGrady’s first nomination of Sean DeBonis, one of the two candidates who were tied in the November election.
In order to move Aberdeen forward past the vacancy, the Council must vote to approve McGrady’s nomination of US Navy Veteran Jason Kolligs. Aberdeen has many serious issues to address, like downtown development, high water bills, and safer communities. In order to address these, the people of Aberdeen deserve a full Council.
Please contact the members of the Aberdeen City Council and ask that they vote to support Jason Kolligs for the Council Vacancy on February 8, 2016 at the City Council Meeting to be held at City Hall.
Fill out the form below to email all the members of the Aberdeen City Council and ask that they support Mayor McGrady’s nomination of Jason Kolligs. Tell them “Please vote to support Jason Kolligs so that the people of Aberdeen can be fully represented on the Aberdeen City Council. Put the politics aside and vote to approve Jason Kolligs, a highly-qualified candidate for City Council!”
Use the form below to send a message to the Aberdeen City Council.