On Monday, Nixa City Council confirmed Mayor Brian Steele’s nomination of Kendal Dingus as council representative for District 1.

During that time council members heard from five District 1 residents who had written letters asking to be considered for the position.

After the nomination by Mayor Steele, the council voted unanimously on the appointment of Mr. Dingus.

(Information provided by the City of Nixa)

Nixa, MO – Kendal Dingus will be serving as council representative for District 1 through the April 2020 election.

At the August 12th meeting of the Nixa City Council, Mayor Brian Steele nominated Mr. Dingus to serve the remainder of the term left vacant by Jimmy Ledbetter, who recently moved out-of-state. During the meeting, council heard from five District 1 residents who had written letters asking to be considered for the position. Upon the nomination by Mayor Steele, the council voted unanimously on the appointment of Mr. Dingus.

Mayor Steele cited Mr. Dingus’ prior experience on city council as the primary reason he wanted to make the nomination, pointing out that voters in District 1 had previously elected Mr. Dingus.

Mr. Scott Perryman was selected by the council to serve as mayor pro tempore.

The seat now occupied by Mr. Dingus will be up for election in April of 2020.