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Several Surprise city volunteers reapproved

Posted 6/23/22

Several members of a few Surprise commissions were reappointed to their positions June 21.

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Several Surprise city volunteers reapproved

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Several members of a few Surprise commissions were reappointed to their positions June 21.

The Surprise City Council reapproved Thomas Coniam and Candica Rachal for the Health Benefits Trust Fund Board.

Kymberlee Stutzman, Richard Jessen, Judge Todd Lang and Flynn Carey were reappointed to the Judicial Selection Advisory Commission.

Gwen Mendez and Julie Kent Partridge were reapproved for the Veterans, Disability and Human Services Commission.

All of the positions have term expirations of June 30, 2026.

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