Sources have confirmed with KTVE/KARD that the City of Monroe has found a replacement for Nanci Summersgill as the City Attorney.
Angie Baldwin, the current Assistant City Attorney, is expected to be announced to take over the position.
Baldwin has served with the City of Monroe legal team for eight and half years, joining the city in 2009.
When Summersgill retires Baldwin will become only the second female City Attorney in Monroe history.
Mayor Jamie Mayo plans to make the official announcement February 28, 2018.
City Attorney, Nanci Summersgill, is set to retire on February 28, 2018, after nearly 32 years of service to the City of Monroe.
Summersgill was hired in 1986 as an assistant City Attorney, and was the first female attorney to be part of the city’s legal team. She has worked for the past four administrations.
Mayor Mayo appointed Summersgill as Monroe’s first female City Attorney in 2005.
As City Attorney, she has been over both the civil and prosecuting divisions of the legal department.
An interim will be named at the Mayor’s Press Briefing next week.