At least two Waukesha aldermen are not seeking re-election this spring.
Alderman Rick Hastings, who serves District 12, has filed his declaration of non-candidacy at City Hall.
Hastings was appointed as an alderman in 2011 after Charles Lichtie resigned due to health problems. Hasting was elected in April to finish Lichtie’s three-year term. But Hasting’s will not seek the next term in office.
“Although it certainly was a rewarding experience being an alderman and I enjoy speaking for the constituents, it is a little more of a time commitment than I could make right now,” Hastings said.
Also not seeking re-election is Alderman Duane Paulson, who will finish his first term as the District 15 alderman in April.