Littleton City Council at-large member John Ostermiller announced that he will not run for re-election in November. “After 29 years and over a …
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Littleton City Council at-large member John Ostermiller
announced that he will not run for re-election in November.
“After 29 years and over a thousand meetings, it is time to move
on and let some of our younger citizens take over,” Ostermiller
said in his announcement.
Ostermiller wants to spend more time traveling and enjoying time
with his daughters and their families in Montana and Rhode
“It’s been a great honor to serve the citizens of Littleton as a
council member and mayor, and I feel privileged to have had this
opportunity,” he said.
Once he steps down from his seat, Ostermiller will have served
nine years on the City Council, preceded by 20 years on the
Littleton Planning Commission.
He was appointed to council as an at-large council member in
November 2000, and elected to a four-year terms in 2001 and 2005.
He served as mayor from 2003-05.
“This city has been a huge part of my life and I will always
cherish the memories and experience,” he said.
Ostermiller praised city staff saying, “Over the years I have
had the opportunity to meet and work with hundreds of people in the
public sector and the most outstanding are the men and women who
make up the staff of the City of Littleton. They have made
Littleton the great community it is.”
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