After serving on the Middleburg Town Council for 12 years, and more recently temporarily filling a vacancy, Councilwoman Catherine “Bundles” Murdock has been recognized for her service.
The Town Council last Thursday night recognized Murdock for her time serving on the dais since July and for her 12-year tenure as a council member from 2004-2016. Murdock was appointed to the council on July 12 to fill a vacancy created when Bridge Littleton was elected as mayor.
Murdock said that the town has an “excellent mayor and Town Council … with an eye on the future” and that it was more difficult for her to say goodbye than when she stepped down in 2016. “I can assure you that this time it is for good,” she said.
Murdock’s official last day on the Town Council will be next Tuesday, Nov. 6, when either Chris Bernard or Kurt Abendschein is elected to the seat.