Brentwood Vice Mayor Steve Barr to Resign Sept. 8

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BRENTWOOD, CA ā€“ The City of Brentwood announced today that Vice Mayor Steve Barr will resign from the City Council effective September 8, 2017.

Vice Mayor Barr submitted his letter of resignation dated August 28, 2017 to the City Clerk, identifying September 8th as his last day as Vice Mayor.

With this announcement, the City Council will begin discussion on how to fill this vacancy at
the September 12, 2017 City Council meeting.

According to his resignation letter, he and his wife has sold their Brentwood home and have made the decision to relocate to far northern California.

Vice Mayor Barr was elected as a City Council Member on November 2, 2010 and served as the Vice Mayor 2010-2012 and 2016-current. Additionally, he has most recently served on City Council Committees such as the Agriculture Enterprise, Land Use and Development,
Fire and Medical Services ad hoc, Budget and Finance, and the Police Activities League.

His term expires November 2018 requiring the City Council to address filling the vacancy
until the next regular election in November 2018.

Here is a copy of his letter:

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Really enjoyed Mr. Barr and working on his campaign for supervisor. I guess like the rest of us older people he doesn’t like what East County is becoming. Best wishes to the Barr family.

  2. By “far Northern California” I hope he means Oregon. Steve Barr was a do nothing politician that was a suck up to Bob Taylor and a puppet for Jim Frazier. He leaves Brentwood and the Fire Board with virtually no accomplishments other than to take up a spot. He was crushed when he ran against Taylor and again when he ran against Burgis.

    Good riddance and God speed.

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