Councilmembers Feierbach and Warden Step Down Tonight

Both outgoing city councilmembers have long histories of public service in Belmont.

Dave Warden and Coralin Feierbach will end their service as Belmont City Councimembers Tues. Dec. 10  Photos: Joan Dentler
Dave Warden and Coralin Feierbach will end their service as Belmont City Councimembers Tues. Dec. 10 Photos: Joan Dentler

Coralin Feierbach and Dave Warden will step down as long-term coucilmembers at the final rap of the gavel at Tuesday's meeting of the Belmont City Council. 

Neither sought re-election to another four-year term. There are no term limits for Belmont elected officials.  

Feierbach, who was first elected to the five-person city council in 1995, served a total of four terms, with a break between 1999 and 2003 when she was elected to her second term and has been on the council continuously since that time. She served as mayor in 1999, 2007, and 2011. Prior to her election to city council, Feierbach served as a planning commissioner and on numerous city committees and on several intergovernmental assignments. 

Dave Warden, who was elected in November to the Mid-Peninsula Water District Board of Directors, began his service to the City of Belmont as a councilmember in 1999. He was re-elected in 2003, and served until 2007. Following a two-year hiatus, Warden ran again in 2009 and served one term, through December of 2013. During his twelve years of service, he served as Mayor in 2002, 2005, and 2012.

In addition to the council, Warden served the City of Belmont as planning commissioner and parks and recreation commissioner, on numerous committees and intergovernmental assignments. 

After a bit of city business during its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 7:00 p.m., the Belmont City Council will hold a ceremony to administer the oath of office to its re-elected member, Warren Lieberman, and newly-elected members Eric Reed and Charles Stone. 

A reception will follow the ceremony. The public is invited to attend the ceremony and the reception, which will take place in the Belmont Council Chambers on the second floor of Belmont City Hall, One Twin Pines Lane. 


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