Snoqualmie City Councilmember Sean Sundwall has announced his intent to resign from his position. He will officially leave the council on Aug. 30.
Sundwall wrote his resignation in an email to Mayor Matt Larson, saying it was a pleasure to serve the city and the administration. Sundwall did not provide a reason for his departure.
Sundwall was appointed to the council in 2017, following the death of Councilmember Charles Peterson. He served the rest of Peterson’s term and was elected to his first full term on council in Nov. 2019. Sundwall’s current term was not set to end until Dec. 2023.
Sundwall declined to comment for this story. He said he will give a formal statement at the next city council meeting.