Cullimore, Tyler Will Not Seek Reelection

Cullimore, Tyler Will Not Seek Reelection
Posted on 03/30/2017
Kelvyn Cullimore, Jr. has announced that he will not seek a fourth term as Mayor of Cottonwood Heights. Cullimore has served as mayor since the city’s incorporation in 2005.  He was part of the committee to incorporate Cottonwood Heights as the 16th city in Salt Lake County.

Professionally, Cullimore is CEO of Dynatronics, a medical device manufacturing business also based in Cottonwood Heights.

“It has been an honor to serve the citizens of Cottonwood Heights for the past 12 years.” said Cullimore. “I love this community.  My job has been made easier because of the incredible citizenry that is Cottonwood Heights.  It was not an easy decision to step down, but I am confident new ideas and new perspectives will serve the community well.”  

Cullimore intends to devote more time to his business enterprises in the near future.

District Four Councilmember Tee Tyler also announced thatTyler he will not seek re-election in November. Tyler has served on the council since 2010, and wants to give someone else a chance to serve.

PetersonDistrict Three Councilman Mike Peterson has indicated that he will seek re-election for his seat in November. Peterson has served on the council since 2011, when he was appointed to replace Nicole Omer, who resigned to pursue an employment opportunity out of state. Peterson was re-elected in 2013 to a second (full) term.