The City of Elk Grove will recognize changes to the Elk Grove City Council during their December 14 regular City Council meeting.
During a special reception Wednesday night, the community will recognize outgoing members Stephanie Nguyen and Pat Hume who are both leaving to assume higher elected offices. Nguyen was sworn in December 5 as Assemblymember for California’s 10th District, making her the first ever Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) woman Legislator to represent the Sacramento region. Stephanie was unanimously appointed to the City Council in February 2017 and was elected to the District 4 City Council seat in 2018. Pat Hume joined the Elk Grove City Council in 2006 after serving for nearly six years on the Elk Grove Planning Commission. As the longest serving Councilmember on the dais, he has seen many changes in the city and District 2, his Council District. Councilmember Hume was recently elected to the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors for District 5 and will assume the office held previously by Supervisor Don Nottoli.
The reception will also celebrate the return of Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen, who was reelected to serve her second term, and the arrival of new Councilmembers Rod Brewer and Sergio Robles who will take the oath of office at the meeting. Brewer previously served as Division 5 Director of the Cosumnes Community Services District Board of Directors since 2010. He will become the Councilmember for District 2. Sergio Robles was elected to the District 4 Council seat. His public service career includes serving as an Elk Grove Planning Commissioner since 2021 and an aide to Congressman Ami Bera.
Once seated, the new Council will decide who will serve as Vice Mayor for the coming calendar year.
The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. in Elk Grove City Hall Council Chambers (8400 Laguna Palms Way) and will be livestreamed on the city’s website at elkgrovecity.org/watchlive.
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