GLENN HEIGHTS – There have been several resignations within the Glenn Heights City Council over the past year, the most recent being last week.
Veteran city councilmember Mary Ann Chancellor’s resignation was accepted by the council during the recent council meeting July 17.
Chancellor sat in Place 4 and has been on the Glenn Heights City Council for more than seven years.
In her resignation she stated, “I felt the call of the Lord to run for city council at a time when there was quite a bit of turmoil within the city government. I felt the call to help bring unity to our community.”
Chancellor said she felt that along with several other council members she had worked through several city managers while also helping to develop a vision, a strategic plan, a new comprehensive plan and other policies and procedures to the city.
“It is now time for me to make a new beginning and I feel the Lord now leading me out of the city.”
She said she planned to move within the next few weeks out of the city.