This story was originally printed Jan. 21 in the Daily Post. To get all of the local news first, pick up the Post in the mornings at 1,000 mid-Peninsula locations.
BY EMILY MIBACH
Daily Post Staff Writer
As the nation watched the presidential inauguration, a much smaller transfer of power was nearly derailed after a former Menlo Park mayor did not want to leave a regional water agency’s board after she was replaced.
At its Dec. 15 meeting, the Menlo Park City Council decided that current Councilman Ray Mueller would represent the city on the Bay Area Water Supply and Conservation Agency (BAWSCA), replacing former councilwoman and mayor Kirsten Keith. However, because of the agency’s board rules, Keith was still set to be on the board until June 30. The board’s appointments run four years.
Yesterday afternoon, it appeared that Keith did not intend to step aside. Mayor Drew Combs …
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