At Wentzville’s January 25 Board of Aldermen meeting, the City presented long-time Wentzville resident Brian Nolan with the 2016 Citizen of the Year award. The award recognizes outstanding residents and business owners whose actions and accomplishments make life better for others.
Nolan, who has lived in Wentzville for the past 50 years, has spent his entire life in the Historic Downtown corridor. He has great pride in the history and character of Downtown Wentzville and has dedicated both energy and investment into its revitalization.
Through more than 20 years of service as a volunteer on various Wentzville Boards and Commissions such as the Planning & Zoning Commission and the Stormwater Committee, Nolan has devoted time and service to help the community grow.
In addition to receiving this award, Nolan has been designated as a Paul Harris Fellow with the Rotary Club. He is also a member of the Wentzville Historical Society and is very active with the Wentzville Downtown Business Association.
Last fall, residents, Wentzville business owners and employees of Wentzville businesses were invited to submit nominations for the Citizen of the Year Award to the Wentzville City Clerk’s Office. The nominations were reviewed and the final selection was made by the Citizen of the Year Award Selection Committee.