Sept. 26, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE.
Plymouth Michigan News
Colleen Pobur will return to the Plymouth City Commission after an absence of nearly a decade.
Members of the commission voted unanimously last week to appoint Pobur to the vacancy created by the resignation of Commissioner Meg Dooley who is moving to Northville. Pobur served on the commission for six years and chose not to seek reelection after completing a four-year and then two year term in 2003. Since then she has served as a member and chairwoman of the Plymouth Brownfield Authority. Pobur also served on the Michigan Liquor Control Commission for four years.
Pobur will serve the remainder of Dooley’s term, which will expire in November of 2015.