Long-time City of Monroe councilman Nathan Little announced this week that he will not be seeking re-election to his District 7 seat on the city council in November.
“I have decided that I will not run for re-election to City Council in 2023,” Little said in a Walton Tribune report. “After three years on the Water, Light & Gas Commission and 18 years on the city council, I think it is time to make a change. It has been a great experience that I have enjoyed very much. I am very proud of the accomplishments the city has made over these last 18 years and I am sure it will continue to progress in the future.”
In 2019, Little defeated Lisa Nash in her first attempt at a seat on the Monroe City Council. His seat is now up for grabs this November.