Kathi Hoder resigns from Aberdeen City Council

Kathi Hoder has resigned from the .

On Wednesday night, prior to the regular council meeting, Hoder addressed the council with the news.

Hoder told KXRO that she purchased a home outside Hoquiam, which will move her outside Ward 4 and the Aberdeen City Limits.

Kathi was first elected in 2005 to fill a seat left open when former councilwoman Dorothy Voege was elected as Aberdeen Mayor.

Over the years, Kathi had been very vocal over a great number of issues within the city, sometimes assisted by a crow or other bird that joined her at her seat.

The council and audience gave Hoder a standing ovation as she stepped down.

The will accept nominations to fill her seat in Ward 4 before appointing someone into that position as an interim.





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