Brechbill said the city still has no comment on Igleheart or his future with the council. His term ends Dec. 31, 2017.
Roswell’s city charter says an elected official shall forfeit his office, among other reasons, if he is convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude. Additionally, removal of Igleheart from his council seat can happen if two-thirds of council members initiate the removal. The council would need to vote unanimously to remove Igleheart, though he would not get a vote.
No action is likely to be taken until the mayor, Jere Wood, returns to the country in early November, Brechbill said. The canceled council meeting will likely be rescheduled for Nov. 1.