Edmonds City Councilman Michael Plunkett is resigning from the Edmonds City Council.
"I will be resigning," he confirmed. "And in about 30 days I'll put out a statement and a time frame."
Plunkett currently occupies position No. 1 on the seven-member council. He has been a member of the council since January 1998 and has lived in Edmonds for more than 30 years.
During his terms in office he has served as a former council president and on the following committees: Public Safety (chair, 2000-2002), Edmonds Alliance for Economic Development, Historical Preservation Commission, Fire Consolidation, Comprehensive Human Resources, Edmonds Downtown Parking, Highway 99 Task Force, and Community Development Services.
Plunkett, who is also a real estate agent, has been Council liaison to the Port of Edmonds and been a representative on the SNOCOM Board.
Plunkett's position will be filled by a vote from the council.