Retiring Pullman City Supervisor honored at State of the City event

PULLMAN, WA - Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson honored a retiring City administrator Wednesday at the State of City Presentation.

City Supervisor John Sherman will be stepping down this September after 31 years of service to the City.

Mayor Johnson said Pullman has been blessed with Sherman's service, and he will be missed. During his speech Sherman reflected on all the improvements he's seen within the Pullman community. Sherman said although the job was sometimes tough it also had it's fair share of rewarding moments.

"Working with others within the community to make it a better community has been the most rewarding." said Sherman. "And being able to partner with other organizations like WSU, the school district, the hospital district, the County, it's just been wonderful to be able to work with other organizations, and to have successes through partnerships."

Sherman said although he is looking forward to a little down time he still plans to be involved in the community as a private citizen.