By CITIZEN STAFF
WESTON – Camille Larsen is trading her position as mayor of Weston for a seat back on the city council. That change will take place in January.
Incoming mayor Layne Harris, on the other hand, will move over from his city council seat to the mayor’s spot figuratively kept warm by Larsen for the past four years.
“Everybody needs to take a turn,” Larsen said, looking back on her four years in office.
“The council (and mayor) worked really well together. Otherwise we could not have done these projects,” she said.
More information on the projects completed during her term follows.
“We’ve been able to do a lot of improvements to our city park. We’ve added curb, replaced a sidewalk, put in new playground equipment,” Larsen said. “We also worked with Rocky Mountain Power to get a new light pole. They donated the pole and the city pays the power bill for the pole.”
Much of the park improvement also came as a result of strong community support, including that of Boy Scouts completing Eagle projects, she said.
Larsen is proud of her small, yet historic, community. That showed as she talked about what she termed “small improvements” to the city hall, which is also a historic structure in the city’s downtown.
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