City of Green Announces the 2019-2020 Class of Student Municipal Representatives
Green, OH – Mayor Gerard Neugebauer is pleased to announce the 2019-2020 class of Student Municipal Representatives to serve on Green’s boards, commissions, and task forces.
Twenty-Two Green teens have been named to the following boards or commissions:
Board of Zoning Appeals: Sophomores Reagan Doan and Kenneth Tracy
City Council: Green High School (GHS) Senior Julia Tsarnas and Biomed Science Academy Junior Autumn Groen
Design Review Board: GHS Seniors Darby Hurr and Eric Rohweder
Drug Task Force: GHS Juniors Shareef Awadallah, Isabelle Khoury, Melyna Sweeney, Angela Salmons, and Sophomore Nathan Smith
Historic Preservation Commission: GHS Sophomores Rachel Bologa and Delanie Hallock
Living Green Task Force: GHS Juniors Ayesha Qureshi and Sophia Miller and Sophomores Matthew Pramuka, Eden Deger, and Margaret Edwards
Parks and Recreation Board: GHS Juniors Parker Doerrer and Isabella Hemphill
Planning and Zoning Commission: GHS Juniors Noah Pilgram and Ben Stauffer
“The insight and perspective these teens offer to our boards and commissions are inspiring to all of us,” said Sarah Haring, community development administrator overseeing the students’ involvement. “We have been impressed by the caliber of students who apply to be part of this experience and gratified to see genuine interest in how their city’s government works. Recently Julia Tsarnas, who is beginning her 3rd year as a student representative, completed an internship with Senator Rob Portman working as a page on the senate floor in Washington DC. Autumn Groen, who is beginning her 2nd year as a student representative, was chosen to sit on the Ohio Attorney General’s Teen Ambassador Board during this school year.”
The Student Municipal Representatives will serve September 2019 to May 2020 as non-voting members of the various boards. The program is open to Green residents entering grades 10 – 12. Applications will be accepted in the spring of 2020 for the 2019-2020 school year. For more information about the program, visit www.cityofgreen.org/studentrepresentatives.
The City of Green, Ohio, founded in 1992, is a prosperous, progressive and promising city with more than 26,000 residents. Approximately 33.5 square-miles, Green is located in southern Summit County. Visit www.cityofgreen.org. Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/cityofgreenohio and follow us on Twitter @cityofgreen.