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Council Prepares To Interview Candidates For Vacant Seat

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/2/2012

Lexington Village Council is moving forward with filling the vacant seat of former councilman Jeff Price.

Council discussed the vacancy at their regular meeting Monday night.

      
Price resigned from village council in September.  Price served on council since 2006. His term would have expired at the end of 2013.
 

Council president Bob Jarvis said Council has 30 days to appoint someone to fill the seat. 

"We've advertised for the seat for people to fill. From the advertising we've got six people that are interested in the position," Jarvis said.

"We'll be interviewing the people on October 3 and October 6," Jarvis said.

  Jarvis said council has to fill the position by Oct. 18. He said council would like to fill the position by Oct. 15.
  

Jarvis said if council is unable to fill the position the Mayor will have the task of filling the vacant seat.

   
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