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Mayor and City Council seeking resumes for vacant Council seat

Latest News, Residents   ·   January 2, 2020

Mayor and City Council seeking resumes for vacant Council seat

(to be disseminated the first week of January…..included in the January utility bill newsletter, sent to Germantown Press, posted on city web site, emailed to city boards and commission members)

Members of Germantown City Council are seeking interested persons to fill the seat vacated by the passing of Lynn Koogle. “While we are sad to begin the process of filling Lynn’s seat, we know that Lynn would have wanted the city to move forward,” said Mayor Boeder. Any qualified elector of Germantown may apply. The requirements include:

· 18 years of age,

· a resident of Germantown for one year, and

· a qualified elector of the city being registered to vote at least 30 days prior to appointment, and

· cannot hold any other compensated office or position of employment with the city nor any other compensated elected public office.

Interested persons should email resumes to Clerk of Council Kelli Novak at knovak@germantown.oh.us by noon on January 31, 2020. The selection process, which will include an interview with City Council members, will begin soon thereafter.

Per the City Charter, the candidate will be appointed for the remainder of the 2020 year. The seat will then be up for election in November of 2020 for the remaining 3 years of Lynn’s term.



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