New honorary councillor on Cambridge City Council - City

May 29, 2008 12:00 AM
Joye and Tim

Honorary Cllr Joye Rosenstiel and Cllr Tim Bick

Former Councillor Joye Rosenstiel was elected Honorary Councillor on Cambridge City Council last Thursday.

Leader of the Council Ian Nimmo-Smith nominated Mrs Rosenstiel as a public recognition on her retirement after 26 unbroken years of public service as a city councillor representing Market Ward.

Cllr Nimmo-Smith commented:

"The council was very pleased to be able to give this recognition of the public service and whole-hearted commitment to civic and community issues that Joye had given for over quarter of a century, including a year as Mayor and several years with executive responsibility for the community development and leisure portfolio."

Deputy Leader Cllr Catherine Smart added:

"Joye has been a dedicated Councillor while working full-time and taking care of a growing family. I've always been impressed by her ability to find time for everything and always with a smile. She is a wonderful person and a very worthy honorary councillor"


Notes to Editors

Former Councillor Joye Rosenstiel was first elected in 1982. She is married to Councillor Colin Rosenstiel. She has two children and one grandchild.

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