LYMAN — The top news in Valley politics over last weekend was the resignation of Lyman Chief of Police Tom Clark.
Information available at press time was Clark had resigned and in his post Saturday evening on Facebook Clark posted, “I would like to take this opportunity to notify our community that I have resigned my position as the Lyman Chief of Police. I have truly enjoyed my years of service and would like to sincerely thank the citizens of Lyman for the opportunity to serve you. I love this community and look forward to seeing all of you around the Bridger Valley area.”
Berg said Clark tendered his resignation on Friday. Clark had served as Lyman’s chief of police for nine years, according to Berg. He added the Town will now look to “moving on and finding someone to lead and guide” the department and provide the best professional service to the community.
“I do want to thank Tom. He did a great job for the community,” Berg reiterated. He again said the Town wished him (Clark) well.
In addition to Clark’s resignation, Berg said, animal control officer, Jill Carter, also resigned last Friday. Berg said, all Carter told him was, she was looking at retirement and this looked like a good time.