Logan Martin is moving on from the Village of Mount Pleasant to a new opportunity at SC Johnson as an associate manager in the company’s Global Affairs department.

Martin announced his resignation Friday afternoon.

“Having grown up in the Racine area, I view this as an amazing opportunity to be part of an outstanding local company, thus furthering my career and long term aspirations,” his note to the media read.

Martin has been with the village for 9-1/2 years, serving as community development coordinator before becoming the department head two years ago. His last day at Mount Pleasant is scheduled for Nov. 11, and Village Planner Samuel Schultz will take over many of Martin’s duties.

He helped steer the recent development of a Kwik Trip at the northwest corner of Highway 31 and Spring Street, and ushered the Willkomm development at the intersection’s southeast corner.

“It has been my pleasure serving residents and the local business community over the last nine and a half years.  I am grateful for the opportunities that I was given during my time with the Village and for the trust extended to me in managing and transforming the development landscape,” Martin’s announcement reads.

 

 

 

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