Krauch resigning from Ludington council.

May 22, 2018

Michael Krauch

Krauch resigning from Ludington council.

LUDINGTON — Fourth Ward Councilor Michael Krauch has announced his resignation from the position. In a letter to Mayor Kaye Ferguson Holman and City Manager John Shay, dated May 21, Krauch stated that he will be resigning effective June 15.

“It has been a privilege to serve the residents of the Fourth Ward and the City of Ludington. I look forward to seeing Ludington’s continued growth and prosperity.”

Krauch’s term ends on Dec. 31, 2018 and he was not seeking re-election. Three people are seeking to be elected for thee four-year position. They include: Jeff Casperson of Second Street, Kandi Fugere of Third Street, and Cheri Stibitz-Rozell of Sixth Street. During the August Primary Election, voters of the Fourth Ward will select two of the three to run in the November General Election. However, in the meantime, the City Council will need to appoint someone to serve in the interim. 

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