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Applicants sought to fill Horton mayor vacancy
02/23/2018

(KNZA)--Due to the recent resignation of Mayor Tim Lentz, the city of Horton is seeking applicants to fill his unexpired term.  

According to the city, those who would like to be considered for appointment should submit a letter of intent to the Horton City Hall in care of the City Clerk/Administrator by 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 1st.

Candidates must live within the city limits of Horton and be a registered voter.

Applicants will be interviewed by the City Commission during a special meeting Thursday evening at 6:00 and the Commission will consider the appointment of an interim mayor at that time.

The person appointed will serve until January 2020.

The position is up for election in November 2019.

The mayor is paid $50 a month and presides at all Commission meetings, expect as otherwise provided by statute.

Those with questions are asked to call the Horton City Hall at 486-2681.

 

 

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