The mayor of a small Oregon town who posted photographs of herself in her undies online has been asked by some constituents to resign, according to a report.
Mayor Carmen Kontur-Gronquist, whose MySpace profile raised eyebrows in Arlington, Ore., faced residents Wednesday night at a town meeting, KATU.com reported Thursday.
The station reported that roughly 75 people showed up to the meeting in this town of about 500 people.
"The apparent lack of leadership has become so blatant that we feel change has to be made," resident Ron Miller said, according to KATU.com.
The mayor declined to resign, KATU.com said.
Kontur-Gronquist's MySpace page is blocked to all but her friends, but the pictures were at one time available to all users. In an interview with the (Pendleton) East Oregonian, the mayor said she did nothing wrong and those who are offended need to get over it.
"That's my personal life," she said. "It has nothing to do with my mayor's position."
Kontur-Gronquist, who is also the fire department's executive secretary, said the photos were taken before she was elected mayor three years ago, and she saw no reason to remove them from the Internet after taking office.
"I'm not going to change who I am," she said. "There's a lot of officials that have a personal life, and you have people in this community who have nothing better to do than scrape up stuff like this."
The Associated Press contributed to this report. MySpace is owned by News Corp., the parent company of FOXNews.com.