Issaquah City Council members welcomed their newest colleague Feb. 3, 2014, as Nina Milligan took the oath of office.
Milligan, a member of the Urban Village Development Commission since 2005, brings a record of community involvement and volunteerism to the council. Among her contributions, she served on the community task force that crafted the basis for the Rowley Properties Development Agreement.
She works for Highlands Council, where her primary role is as producer of Connections, Issaquah Highlands’ community newspaper.
Milligan, who was appointed by a majority vote of the council to the Position 2 seat, replaces former Councilmember Fred Butler, who now serves as mayor of Issaquah.
Milligan, who has lived in Issaquah since 2004, earned a Bachelor of Arts in communication from the University of Washington.
The newest councilmember lives in Issaquah Highlands with her husband, Rob, and son, Tyler.