Alongside her service as a citizen director, Tremblay also served as a commissioner on the planning and zoning commission.
Tremblay comes from a legacy in Live Oak, as her father Normand Tremblay served as the mayor from 1986 to 1992, according to the city website.
During the meeting, Director of Economic Development Donna Lowder said the reason for Tremblay’s resignation was to work for TxDOT in Austin. Fellow EDC members and city staff said farewell to Tremblay following the meeting.
The Economic Development Corporation in Live Oak has seven members with three of those being City Council members and the other four being representatives from the community. Members serve terms of two years.
Applications for all volunteer boards and commissions within the city can be found on the city website.