Longtime Navajo County Planning Fee Chief Resigns | Latest information
HOLBROOK – Final week, Navajo County supervisors bid farewell to Chuck Teetsel, who served on the county’s planning and zoning fee for 12 years – eight of them as chairman.
The board additionally appointed Taber Heisler to the fee.
The fee opinions new developments within the 10,000 sq. mile county unincorporated areas and makes suggestions to supervisors.
Supervisors praised Teetsel for his lengthy service.
“I admire your years of service and professionalism,” mentioned supervisor Dawnafe Whitsinger. “There are various intricacies to understanding our communities and serving as such. We want extra folks in our neighborhood who’re civic-minded and capable of assist us do our greatest. I admire that you simply take your time away from your loved ones to serve on this capability. “
“Thanks to your years of service – we all know it is not simple,” mentioned Supervisor Daryl Seymore.
Teetsel mentioned: “It has been a privilege to serve all these years – I loved each minute of it. I believe I’m leaving every part in good arms.
Heisler, who lives in Pinetop, will occupy the empty committee seat. Captain of the Timber Mesa Hearth and Medical District, Heisler additionally teaches at Northland Pioneer Faculty.
He’s engaged on a Masters in Management from Grand Canyon College and has labored with numerous neighborhood organizations together with the Arizona Stroke Collaborative, the White Mountain DUI Job Power, and others. He graduated from Buckeye Union Excessive Faculty in 2001 and commenced educating at Northland Pioneer in 2013.
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