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City Hall named after former mayor

The Fife City Council has renamed Fife City Hall after former Mayor Marian Wetsch to honor her role as the city’s last strong mayor during a key point in Fife’s history, her leadership to champion the concerns of small cities on regional issues and for her life of service to the greater community.

Wetsch was elected to the City Council in 1988 and then served as mayor of the city from 1996 through 1999, according to the city report. During her tenure as the Mayor, she was instrumental in moving of City Hall to its current location and creating a new facility for the Fife Police Department.

In addition to serving on the City Council, she was a member of the Planning Commission from 2004 to 2008.

She also served on the Salary Commission in 2005 and was the Treasurer of the Fife Historical Society in 2006. She also…

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City Hall named after former mayor

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