BOMA tables any judiciary action relating to Alderman Nieves’ seat

Former Spring Hill Vice Mayor Bruce Hull reads a proclamation to Alderman Hazel Nieves in 2017 for her contributions as founder and organizer of the annual Pay It Forward Festival. (Staff photo by Jay Powell)

SPRING HILL – The Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted to table any even further dialogue regarding Alderman Hazel Nieves’ seat thanks to latest allegations of a short term improve of residence.

The subject matter was at first raised very last thirty day period after it was claimed that Nieves, who signifies Ward 4, had moved out of her dwelling and was temporarily residing with spouse and children with residences located in Wards 2 and 4.

Nevertheless Nieves’ intention was to remain in Ward 4, the momentary relocation was generally thanks to delays in the completion of her new property, also located in Ward 4. The momentary improve of residency, which spanned numerous months, introduced forth questions as to regardless of whether Nieves was in violation of the town and condition codes pertaining to residency needs of elected officers.