Media Alert – Statement Regarding Mayor Greg Mengarelli

We at the City were deeply saddened to learn that Mayor Greg Mengarelli experienced a family tragedy earlier today.   In a social media post, here is what the mayor said:

“With a very heavy heart we must say goodbye to our daughter, Brooklyn Ashley. She was just 21 but had struggled for years with Epilepsy. She got into the hot tub alone last night and had a seizure and drowned. Gone too soon in my eyes but God called her home. We are heartbroken….”

 Our thoughts and prayers are with the Mayor and his family at this time.


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