Hutto Mayor Pro Tem Tanner Rose resigns from council

Tanner Rose
Tanner Rose was elected to Hutto City Council Place 6 in May 2019. (Courtesy city of Hutto)

Tanner Rose was elected to Hutto City Council Place 6 in May 2019. (Courtesy city of Hutto)

Mayor Pro Tem Tanner Rose resigned from his seat on Hutto City Council.

Rose submitted a notice of his resignation to council Jan. 14. In the notice, Rose indicated that he and his family are relocating out of Hutto and he will no longer be qualified to serve on the council as a result.


Rose was elected to Place 6 in May 2019. His is one of two council seats up for election this May.

At its regular meeting Jan. 20, council will consider appointing a temporary replacement to fill Rose's seat until the May general election as well as a new mayor pro tem.

"I have loved my time serving the great people of Hutto and was looking forward to a fun election season that was about to take place," Rose said in his notice to council. "I wish you all and this great city nothing but the best moving forward."
By Carson Ganong

Reporter, Pflugerville/Hutto

Carson became the reporter for the Pflugerville-Hutto edition of Community Impact Newspaper in August 2021. Before joining CI, Carson studied journalism at Texas State University, where he covered San Marcos as a reporter for Texas State's student newspaper, The University Star.