Justus leaves position on Ontario City Council with no regrets

Marty Justus ended his five-year local political career in Ontario recently and said he departs with no ill will and a with a sense of accomplishment. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).

ONTARIO – Marty Justus said it is time to pass the torch.

Justus, a local real estate agent and owner of Four Star Real Estate, spent five years as an Ontario city councilor but attended his final meeting recently.

“I’ve made my mark and I am happy,” said Justus.

Justus’ departure from the council marks a turning point of sorts as a new crop of councilors take their seats.

Sam Baker, John Kirby, Eddie Melendrez are newcomers. Ken Hart was appointed to the council last fall.

Justus joined Norm Crume, Dan Capron and Ramon Palomo as outgoing councilmembers.

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