Scottsdale City Council welcomes members to governing board

From left are Kathy Littlefield, Linda Milhaven and David Smith being sworn-in by City Clerk Carolyn Jagger. (Submitted photo)

From left are Kathy Littlefield, Linda Milhaven and David Smith being sworn-in by City Clerk Carolyn Jagger. (Submitted photo)

Scottsdale City Council welcomed three members to its ranks Tuesday, Jan. 6 at City Hall, 3939 N. Drinkwater Blvd.

Kathy Littlefield, Linda Milhaven and David Smith were each sworn-in by City Clerk Carolyn Jager prior to the first council meeting of the new year.

Each will serve four-year terms on Scottsdale City Council.

Scottsdale Councilmembers Bob Littlefield, Ms. Milhaven and Dennis Robbins had seats expiring this past December while Ms. Milhaven was able to retain her seat on the local governing board.

Councilman Littlefield was termed out and sought one of two seats in District 23 of at the Arizona House of Representatives at last August’s primary election.

Both incumbents, Ms. Milhaven and Mr. Robbins, and candidates Cindy Hill, Kathy Littlefield, Jennifer Petersen and David Smith emerged from a field of eight at the August 2014 primary election.

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