Two interested in Scottville commission openings.

April 20, 2015
Ann Genson

Ann Genson

SCOTTVILLE — Two people have shown an interest in being appointed to the two open city commission seats. Ann Genson has asked to be considered for the second ward commission seat while Don Pasco has asked to be considered for the at-large position.

The second ward position became available following the death of Bonnie Pfefferle while the at-large position became available after the resignation of Jim Schiebner, who has taken an administration job for the Dept. of Corrections in Ionia.

The second ward represents residences on the east side of Main Street while the at-large seat represents all residents in the city.

Genson owns Peace of Mind Counseling, located in the McMaster’s Building at 101 N. Main St. She is a 1986 graduate of Mason County Central and holds degrees from the University of Michigan and Central Michigan University.

Don Pasco.

Don Pasco.

Pasco owns The Bottle and Can on South Main Street. He is a graduate of Mona Shore High School and received a bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University and earned his master’s degree in business from Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids.

The city commission may chose to appoint the two during this afternoon’s city commission meeting, 5:30 p.m. at city hall, 105 N. Main St.


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