Kingman Mayor Jen Miles to resign effective Aug. 5; cites health concerns

Kingman mayor Jen Miles announced her resignation, effective Aug. 5./City of Kingman

By Lacey Latch | Arizona Republic

Kingman Mayor Jen Miles announced her resignation this week effective Aug. 5, citing health concerns that prevent her from fulfilling the role until her current term ends in December. 

Vice Mayor Ken Watkins will fill the role of mayor, vacating his position on the Kingman City Council which will remain empty until the next election unless the council fills it sooner.

“It has been a privilege to serve the citizens of Kingman for almost 10 years on the Council, elected as Councilor, Vice-Mayor and Mayor,” Miles said in a statement. “I am proud of the progress made during these years and believe the City of Kingman is poised to continue a trajectory of positive growth and livability.”

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