The City of Kingman is downsizing its Economic Development and Marketing Commission. The Commission itself asked the City Council to reduce its membership from nine to seven people. Commission Chairman Richard Hamilton said conversion to fewer members is partly the recommendation of City Manager John Dougherty. He said getting meeting quorums proved difficult under a nine member structure and that a smaller number of members was more consistent with the city’s other boards and commissions. No one will have to exit the Commission, as it was operating with only seven members at the time of the downsizing decision.
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