Updated for 2022!
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The elected officials in Sigourney, Iowa consist of the Mayor, the City Council, the Sigourney Community School Board, and the Keokuk County Supervisors (who are not elected by the city by the entire county, but represent and serve Sigourney constituents.)
The Sigourney News-Review is the source for the majority of the below information, but they appear to be shifting their website to new URLs so much of the data needed to be captured from Google caches.
Mayor of Sigourney, Iowa
The current Mayor of Sigourney is Jimmy Morlan, who was elected in 2021.
The previous Mayor of Sigourney was Douglas L. Glandon. Mayor Glandon was elected upon the unexpected death of the previous Mayor, Terry Hollingsworth in January 2016. Hollingsworth became Mayor in November 2013, and appointed then-City Councillor Glandon to the position of Mayor Pro-Tempore.
After the death of the Mayor, Glandon won a full term in November 2016 and served until 2022.
City Council of Sigourney, Iowa
The current members of the Sigourney City Council are:
- Ed Conrad
- Stephani Atwood
- Gary Iosbaker
- Connie McLaughlin
- Adam Clark
- Alley Tish
Sigourney Community School Board
The current members of the Sigourney Community School Board are:
- Steven Seeley – Board President
- Mike Bensmiller
- Cody Branstad
- Allan Glandon
- Melissa Bird
- Mark O’Rourke
- Adam Clark
All Sigourney Community School Board Members are unpaid.
Keokuk County Supervisors
Officially the Keokuk County Supervisors are not city-level officials but one level higher, representing all of Keokuk County. They meet in Sigourney however, and their decisions affect.
The three Keokuk County Supervisors are:
- Michael C. Hadley, first elected in 2010
- Daryl Wood, also first elected in 2010
- Fred Snakenberg, first elected in 2020
Hadley and Wood were both reelected in 2020, but Michael Berg lost to Fred Snakenberg, after serving since 2014.
The salary of the three Keokuk County Supervisors is $27,680 a year in 2018, though this may have been increased since the Compensation Board meets yearly to recommend increases.