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The City Council enacts ordinances and resolutions concerning municipal affairs that are consistent with state law in order to promote the health, safety and welfare of the public.

 

The City Council has control of the city finances and all real and personal property belonging to the city. City Council members serve two-year terms and must live within the ward they represent.


Current Members

 

 

Keith Greene

Mayor
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

 

Jerry Martin

Ward 1, Position 1
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

 

Vicki Lamproe

Ward 2, Position 1
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

 

John Ware

Ward 3, Position 1
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

 

Maria Washburn

Ward 1, Position 2
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

 

Eddie Wakefield

Ward 2, Position 2
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

 

Gary Perry

Ward 3, Position 2
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

 

Wayne Beck

City Clerk
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

 

Rinda Baker

City Attorney
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Term Expires
Jan 2019

About Our City Government

 

Alma is governed by a mayor/council form of government. The mayor, city council, city clerk and city attorney are elected representatives of the citizens of Alma and act together as the governing body.

 

Mayor

 

The Mayor is responsible for overseeing city departments and executing city policies. This includes assuring that all city services are delivered to the citizens in an effective, efficient, and equitable manner. The Mayor serves as the primary outreach arm of the city government to other cities and government entities. The Mayor serves a four-year term.

 

City Council

 

The City Council enacts ordinances and resolutions concerning municipal affairs that are consistent with state law in order to promote the health, safety and welfare of the public. The City Council has control of the city finances and all real and personal property belonging to the city. City Council members serve two-year terms and must live within the ward they represent.

 

City Clerk

 

The City Clerk is a record-keeping officer of the city who maintains custody of city laws and ordinances. The City Clerk also maintains and authenticates other city documents, as prescribed by state law. The City Clerk serves a four-year term.

 

City Attorney

 

The City Attorney provides legal counsel to the mayor, city council and city departments. The City Attorney also prosecutes the criminal violation of city ordinances and state misdemeanor statutes. The City Attorney serves a four-year term.