Parks Authority welcomes new city representative
Kim Hoffman (left) welcomes Shelley Hamilton-Bruer.
Article and photo by Terri Wiebold
After more than five years of dedicated volunteer service on the Parks Authority, city representative Kim Hoffman steps off the Board and welcomes newly-elected city council member Shelley Hamilton-Bruer to fill the city’s seat at the table.
“I would like to express my thanks to Kim for everything she has done for the community and continues to do,” said Parks Authority President Anna Mallinson. “Her diligence and enthusiasm on the Parks Authority has been second to none, first as the Master representative and then as the city’s.
That we are building a park the calibre of Elk Ridge Park has only been possible because of the efforts of board members like Kim. I know her input will be sorely missed by all, and am sure Shelley Hamilton-Bruer will endeavor to fill her shoes. We look forward to having Shelley join us.”
The Parks Authority Board of Directors meets at 9 a.m. on the third Thursday of every month at the CPN community center, located at 7404 Yorkshire Drive. Meetings are open to the public.