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Rahl Takes the Reins as Rye Town Mayor
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Rahl Takes The Reins as Rye Town Mayor

Marty Rahl was sworn in as new Mayor for the Town of Rye at the town meeting on May 13, 2020. Rahl states, "I welcome the opportunity to serve the community in this position. One of my goals is to keep the water system up to date and free of violations, as it is now. I also want to work hard to keep up town appeal."

While most of the Board members are experienced and all are devoted, Rahl begins her new position amid board member changes that sound a little like a bizarre game of musical chairs. Following are the changes to the Rye Town Board since February 2020:

February 13, 2020

Mayor Pro Tem, Sonny Jackson resigned his position.

March 9, 2020

Trustee Deborah Jackson submitted her letter of resignation and the Board of Trustees appointed Patrick Ryan to fill the vacancy.

March 11,2020

The Board of Trustees appointed David Douglas as Mayor Pro Tem and he was sworn in.

Douglas's Trustee position was filled by Levi Bernal and he was sworn in.

April 7, 2020

Mickey Smith was sworn in for a four year term as Mayor.

Sheila Henderson was appointed to fill a Trustee vacancy.

Sandra Steele was appointed to fill a Trustee vacancy.

April 8, 2020

Mickey Smith submitted his letter of resignation

May 13, 2020

The Board appointed Marty Rahl as Mayor, for a four year term.

Larry Sisk was appointed as Trustee to fill Rahl's position.

Swearing in ceremony for Rahl, Ryan, Henderson, Steele, and Sisk took place at the Rye Town Hall.

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