Kempf served in Weyauwega for two decades
After more than 20 years of public service in the city of Weyauwega, Mike Kempf has resigned from the common council.
Kempf submitted a letter of resignation during the week of Sept. 26, City Administrator Patrick Wetzel said.
His resignation as a Ward 3 alderman was effective on Sept. 23.
In the letter addressed to Wetzel, Kempf wrote, “It’s a great experience. I have enjoyed working with you during my term as mayor and alderperson. I wish you and your family the best.”
Kempf served on Weyauwega’s common council from 1994 to 2013.
He then served as the city’s mayor from 2013 to 2015 before being elected to the common council again in 2015.
His term on the council was until next April’s election.
Wetzel said any potential process to either fill or leave the seat vacant until the spring election will be discussed at the next meeting of the common council,
That meeting will be on Monday, Oct. 17, in the municipal building.