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Councilmember Mark Woodson
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Mark Woodson was appointed to fill a vacancy on the City Council in February, 2012. His term ends in November, 2014.

Mark serves as the Council representative to the Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG), the Flagstaff Metropolitan Planning Organization (FMPO), Vice-chair of the Coconino Plateau Water Advisory Council (CPWAC), and Rural Transportation Advisory Council (RTAC).

Woodson and his family moved to Flagstaff in 1986, to become the City Engineer and worked for the City until 1993. Upon leaving the City, he started his own business, Woodson Engineering and Surveying which provides planning, surveying and civil engineering services to both public and private clients throughout the Southwest. 

Very active in the Flagstaff community, Mark is a Governor’s appointee to the Arizona State Land Department Urban Land Planning Committee, served on the Flagstaff Board of Adjustments, the Industrial Development Authority, is a past board member of the Northern Arizona Builders Association and a past-president of the Greater Flagstaff Economic Council.

Mark received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and an MBA from the University of Arizona in Tucson. Mark is a licensed civil engineer and land surveyor. 

Mark has been married to Guadalupe (Lupe) Woodson for 34 years and they've raised 4 children in Flagstaff.