Planning commission member Kay Hansen will be sworn in as the new Kaysville City Council member at the council's Nov. 15 meeting. Hansen was named to the council this week to replace Paul Wagaman, who has resigned.
Hansen will serve for a year, until the November 1989 municipal election, when the term's two remaining years will come open as prescribed by state law.Hansen, 33, is a mortgage office manager for Key Mortgage Services, Sandy, and has lived in Kaysville two years. She has served on the planning commission for a year.
Hansen was one of 19 applicants for the council job and said she applied because she likes the taste of community involvement she got on the planning commission.
Wagaman was elected to the council for a four-year term a year ago but resigned in September because his job as a computer engineer required his temporary reassignment to Canada.
Hansen's appointment to the council opens a vacancy on the planning commission, which the council will probably fill Nov. 15 when she is sworn in as a council member.