Kyle makes appointments to city boards

By Megan Wehring

KYLE — Appointments that were delayed this month due to the mayoral election were approved last week.

Kyle City Council made new appointments and reappointments to boards and city government during its regular meeting in December.

The following appointments were originally delayed earlier this month.

Council member Rick Koch was appointed as Mayor Pro Tem for another year.

Mitchell will continue serving as the city council representative for the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO).

Council member Yvonne Flores-Cale will now serve on the Capital Area Council of Governments General Assembly, replacing former council member Tracy Scheel.

Finding a replacement for Scheel on the Alliance Regional Water Authority Board of Directors has been delayed until January.

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