Photo: (Back Row: L to R) Tyler Fisk, Aaryan Qureshi, Delanie Hallock, Miranda Walker, Rachel Pritchard, Edgar San Jose (Middle L to R) Carter Sharpnack, Michael Reik, Jackson Hall, Monica Brutto, Sydney Lutz, Chase Borland, Grant Kuwatch (Front) Reagan Doan, Rachel Bologa, Julie Garritano, Layne Rey, Morgan Doan, Parker Green, Shareen Awadallah (Not pictured) Eden Deger, Camden Doerrer, Jason Graham, Sophia Logsdon, Isabella Scott, Eric Wolford
City of Green Student Municipal Representatives Class of 2021-2022
GREEN, Ohio – Mayor Gerard Neugebauer is pleased to announce the City of Green’s 2021-2022 Class of Student Municipal Representatives. These Green Local School students will serve as non-voting members on many of the City’s boards, commissions, and tasks forces September through May.
This program seeks to encourage civic responsibility and volunteerism while providing hands-on experience in local government. This year’s members include:
Seniors Shareen Awadallah, Rachel Bologa, Eden Deger, Delanie Hallock, and Rachel Pritchard.
Board of Zoning Appeals
Junior Chase Borland and sophomore Camden Doerrer.
Design Review Board
Juniors Julie Garritano, Sydney Lutz, and Isabella Scott.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee
Senior Monica Brutto and sophomores Sophia Logsdon and Carter Sharpnack.
Drug Task Force
Juniors Aaryan Qureshi, Michael Reik, Eric Wolford and sophomore Edgar San Jose.
Historic Preservation Commission
Junior Grand Kuwatch and sophomore Morgan Doan.
Living Green Task Force
Seniors Reagan Doan, Layne Rey, and Miranda Walker.
Parks and Recreation Board
Junior Jackson Hall and sophomore Parker Green.
Planning and Zoning Commission
Seniors Tyler Fisk and Jason Graham.
Mayor’s Junior Council
Seniors Sareen Awadallah, Rachel Bologa, Eden Deger and Rachel Pritchard.
Applications for the 2022-2021 class will open spring of 2022 to Green residents entering grades 10-12. Find more information at cityofgreen.org/StudentRep.
The City of Green, Ohio, founded in 1992, is a prosperous, progressive and promising city with more than 25,000 residents. Approximately 33.5 square-miles, Green is located in southern Summit County. Visit www.cityofgreen.org.