Claveau appointed to Scottville commission.

December 9, 2020

Claveau appointed to Scottville commission.

SCOTTVILLE — Bruce Claveau was appointed to City Commission during the commission’s regular meeting Monday, Dec. 7. Claveau fills the vacancy left by commissioner/mayor Bruce Krieger after he chose to not run for re-election; nobody chose to run for election for the at-large seat.

Claveau was one of two citizens who asked to be considered for appointment. He was born and raised in Scottville and served 24 years in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard. While serving in the Coast Guard in Alaska he served as a training and education manager. Upon retirement he returned to Mason County and worked as general manager of Crosswinds Condominiums Association and then for several marinas in Florida. Claveau’s father, the late Butch Claveau, also served as a city commissioner.

Tarra Perez was the other candidate. Perez said she is the fifth generation of her family to call Scottville home. She grew up in Scottville and returned in 2015. She said her family has been actively involved in the city.

The commission appointed Claveau 6-0. Mayor Marcy Spencer thanked Perez for her interest and encouraged her to get involved with other committees and volunteer opportunities in the city.

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