Dick Haley resigns as Corona, Calif., City Councilman

October 9, 2018: Dick Haley resigned from the Corona, Calif., City Council on Friday, October 5, 2018. Haley had a serious fall approximately two weeks ago, which resulted in a brain hemorrhage. “After discussions with and the advice of two neurologists, my family physician and my family, I have come to the conclusion that I cannot serve the City of Corona and am resigning my position as City Councilman immediately,” Haley said. Haley worked for the Corona city government for more than eighteen years. He was a City Councilman since 2012. Before that, he was the Corona City Treasurer for ten years. Haley was elected to the City Council as an At-Large Councilman. His City Council term ends in 2018. Haley was on the Finance, Legislation and Economic Development Committee, and he represented the City at the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA). Haley worked for the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam as a Combat Helicopter Crew Chief. He was in the military for four years.

Attribution: Corona city government press release

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