City Council woman Carolyn Kassel has resigned her seat on the Hardeeville City Council. Kassel turned in her letter of resignation on Wednesday, June 3, according to a City of Hardeeville news release.
Kassel served on council for one year. City staff members are beginning the process to hold a special election to fill her seat. That election is expected to take place in September.
Kassel cited personal reasons for leaving her position as councilwoman. In her letter of resignation, she extends her well wishes to the rest of council and staff, and asked them to stay committed to the future growth of the City of Hardeeville.
The City of Hardeeville operates with a five person council, made up of four council members and a Mayor. Council members are elected to four year staggered terms.