GREEN, Ohio – Mayor Gerard Neugebauer is pleased to announce the City of Green’s 2022-2023 Class of Student Municipal Representatives. Thirty Green high school students will serve as non-voting members on boards and commissions September through May 2023.
The City of Green Student Municipal Representative Program (SMRP) was created in 2016 under the direction of Mayor Gerard Neugebauer with an inaugural class of 11 students. Now in its 7th year, the SMRP has appointed more than 70 students grades 10 through 12 to work and learn alongside city board and commission members.
This program seeks to encourage civic responsibility and volunteerism while providing hands-on experience in local government. This year’s members include:
Board of Zoning Appeals:
GHS Juniors; Camden Doerrer, Morgan Doan, Edgar San Jose
GHS Seniors; Chase Borland, Jackson Hall, Aaryan Qureshi, Grant Kuwatch
Civil Service Commission:
GHS Juniors; Carter Sharpnack, Liam Short
Design Review Board:
GHS Seniors; Natalie Brandenburg, Brady Rychlik, and GHS Junior; Shawn Fisk
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion:
GHS Senior; Juliana Garza and GHS Junior; Sophia Logsdon
Drug Task Force:
GHS Juniors Adrianna Barnes, Elliana Edwards, and GHS Seniors; Eric Wolford and Connor Memmer
Historic Preservation Commission:
GHS Juniors; Sophia Mangon, Kristin Groen, Ella Hale
Living Green Task Force:
GHS Sophomores; Maybree Garrott, Meredith Walker, and GHS Junior; Addyson Padgett
Parks & Recreation Board:
GHS Seniors; Kaylie Duskey, Olivia Rutledge, and GHS Junior; Parker Green
Planning & Zoning Commission:
GHS Seniors; Julie Garritano, Isabella Scott, Sydney Lutz
Mayor’s Junior Council:
GHS Seniors; Julie Garritano, Jackson Hall, Chase Borland, Sydney Lutz, Grant Kuwatch, Aaryan Qureshi
Applications for the 2023-2024 class will open winter of 2023 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 27, 475 residents. Approximately 33.5 square-miles, Green is located in southern Summit County. Visit www.cityofgreen.org.