Odessa Alderman Steps Down

| November 1, 2013
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After nearly three years on the Odessa Board of Aldermen, Donna Davis has stepped down. The Ward One representative was appointed in February of 2011.

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Davis said she is proud of the many accomplishments made by the Board during her term. “We established a finance committee, which I served on, which provided some insight, more detailed insight anyway, into the finances before we went live in our Aldermen meetings,” said Davis.

The Board also oversaw the hiring of a new City Administrator and began plans for a new wastewater treatment plant. Davis decided to step down decided to step down because of personal positions that conflicted with her leadership role.

“It wasn’t that I didn’t enjoy working with that group of people at all. They were wonderful; we worked well together. We didn’t always agree, but we worked out our issues. And we worked really well in establishing a capital plan that, as far as I know, had never been established in Odessa. So I’m going to miss it.”

A replacement for Davis has not been named, but Mayor Justin Murry reports the announcement should be made at the Board meeting on November 11th.

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