Clint Eastwood headed up his last City Council meeting in Carmel, Calif., Tuesday night, considering matters like restricting skateboards, lowering speed limits and making zoning changes. "This isn't as easy as it looks," he told the audience. "I've enjoyed it very much. I wouldn't trade the last two years for anything." Eastwood, who was elected mayor by a landslide two years ago, isn't seeking re-election and will return to full-time fatherhood and movie-making. But Eastwood says he may re-enter politics once he spends some quality time with his children. Eastwood has endorsed Jean Grace to succeed him in this month's election.
EASTWOOD EASING OUT
By Deseret News