Kent Mayor Cooke to be honored at Dec. 12 reception

Her 12-year term coming to an end.

  • Friday, December 1, 2017 12:20pm
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Suzette Cooke

Suzette Cooke

Suzette Cooke will be recognized for her 12 years as Kent mayor during a ceremony at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 12, at City Hall, 220 Fourth Ave. S.

City Council members and others will thank Cooke prior to that night’s council meeting. Council President Bill Boyce and others will say a few words about Cooke, who decided not to seek re-election in November. Cake will be served.

Voters elected Councilwoman Dana Ralph to replace Cooke.

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