Mayor expands Transportation Advisory Committee, seeks additional citizen appointment
The Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen has expanded the Spring Hill Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) to seven members, and Mayor Rick Graham is now seeking to fill a remaining citizen seat on the committee.
The three existing TAC members, Alderman Chad Whittenburg, the committee’s chairman; Planning Commissioner Matt Koss, the Planning Commission’s representative; and Alderman Matt Fitterer, the BOMA representative, will remain in their current positions on the committee.
Newly elected Alderman Kevin Gavigan will fill a new seat on the TAC that the mayor has designated for a BOMA member.ξMayor Graham also has added three new positions for citizens to serve on the committee, which will include Shane McNeill, a civil engineer who ran for mayor,ξfulfilling a term thatξexpiresξDec.ξ31,ξ2018;ξand Doug Holtz, who ran for an alderman seat,ξfulfilling a term that expiresξDec.ξ31,ξ2019.
Mayor Graham is now seeking citizen applications for the last remaining citizen position on the committee. Theξseat willξexpire Dec. 31,ξ2017, with the mayor having the ability to reappoint the designee forξan additionalξthree-year term if the designee is amenable.
Interested Spring Hill residents may apply by sending a resume and/or overview of their professional experience and education relevant to serving on the TAC to Amanda Knobloch at firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional questions, please contact Mrs. Knobloch at (931) 486-2252, ext. 204.