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City Council
Meetings
  • 7:00 pm
  • First and Third Tuesday of each month
  • Council Chambers

Workshops

City Council Workshops are held:
  • 6:30 pm
  • Second Tuesday of each month
  • Council Chambers
 City Council
Left to Right: Mayor Castillon, Mark Peterson, Lisa Maes, Brett Stokes, Tom McCullough, Gary Killpack, Adam Coppolo.
Governing  Body
The governing body of Green River consists of a mayor and six elected Council members. The City is divided into three wards, with two Council members representing each ward.

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Click the name below to email the Mayor or a specific Councilmember:

Mayor Hank Castillon
Phone: 872-0599 (City Hall)
           875-4295 (h)
           871-2223 (cell)

Ward I Council Members Ward II Council Members Ward III Council Members
Mark Peterson
Phone: 875-8003
Term exp: 12/31/2016
Lisa Maes
Phone: 871-7552
Term exp:12/31/2016
Brett Stokes
Phone: 875-9880
Term exp: 12/31/2016
Tom McCullough
Phone: 875-5278
Term exp: 12/31/2014
Adam Coppolo
Phone: 371-2181
Term exp: 12/31/2014
Gary Killpack
Phone: 875-6508
Term exp: 12/31/2014


City Council Elections
To run for election to a City Council position, a citizen must live within the ward to which election is sought, be properly registered as a Sweetwater County voter, and file an application with the City Clerk at City Hall. As set by State Statutes, filing must be accomplished within the prescribed deadline. Citizens elect Council members to staggered, four-year terms. There is no limit to the number of terms a Council Member may serve. Council members may also serve on standing committees appointed by the Mayor.

Functions & Duties
The Council’s major functions and duties are primarily legislative. Council directs City affairs by passing ordinances or adopting resolutions. Either may be introduced by a Council member at a business meeting, but ideas for them also may originate from citizens or City staff.

The Mayor of Green River is the chief elected official of the City with all the powers and duties of a Council member. The Mayor appoints Council members to inter-agency committees and citizen volunteers to City advisory boards and commissions, with Council approval. The Mayor signs all ordinances and bonds authorized by the Council. The Council elects one of its members as Council President to serve temporarily in the Mayor’s absence or disability.  

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