Kraft will serve as the council’s vice president, while Tetley will serve as the council’s secretary.
After assuming the role of president, Polston appointed himself, Popp and Tetley to one-year terms on the town’s redevelopment commission.
Gilkey will serve as the council’s liaison to the wastewater department and as a member of the town’s plan commission.
Brittany Montgomery, the town’s project coordinator, was named to represent Clarksville on the River Hills Economic Development Council.
Nancy Kraft, a member of the Greater Clark County Schools board, vice president of the Clark County Democratic Party and wife of Paul Kraft, was appointed to a one-year term on the Clark-Floyd Counties Convention and Tourism Bureau.