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Jeannie Schultz Mock announced on March 6, 2014 that she is seeking her first term on the Grand Forks City Council to represent Ward 4. As a member of the City Council, Mock intends to invest in families and neighborhoods throughout the city. More ...


(GRAND FORKS, ND) – Jeannie Schultz Mock announced on March 6, 2014 that she is seeking her first term on the Grand Forks City Council to represent Ward 4.


Mock, an environmental scientist and permitting specialist at Advanced Engineeringand Environmental Services (AE2S), said her experience working with environmental and regulatory compliancewill serve her well in city government.


“Our community has been well served the last few years by the vision of our City Council. We now have an opportunity for the next generation to build on past successes and lead Grand Forks into our next chapter,” said Mock. “Our city is not just growing in size, but in quality. I am running to represent my neighbors in Ward 4 and help the city invest in our future. It’s our responsibility to ensure Grand Forks remains a great place for people of all ages to call home.”


Mock is seeking to replace outgoing City Council President Hal Gershman, who is retiring from office after 14 years of service. “Councilman Gershman leaves behind a tremendous legacy of commitment and dedication. His departure opens the door for the next generation to serve in the council chambers,” Mock explained. “I look forward to working with Mayor Michael Brown and City Councilmembers to make Grand Forks more affordable for young families and promote strategic economic development. Our community is in an ideal position to invest in our neighborhoods, families, and the future of Grand Forks.”


Mock earned a Master of Science degree from the School of Aerospace Sciences at the Universityof North Dakota and serves on various boards, including the North American Stormwater and Erosion Control Association North Dakota Chapter. She has worked with UND and the City of Grand Forks on sustainability projects and the city’s Green3 Grand Forks initiative. Mock is a former instructor at Bismarck State College and employee of the North Dakota Department of Health, working primarily with water quality and stormwater permitting throughout the state.


“We have an opportunity to invest in the people and infrastructure of our citywhile being good stewards of taxpayer dollars. I look forward to bringing afresh perspective to the City Council and proudly serving my neighbors in Ward 4 and throughout Grand Forks.”

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