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Posted on: May 2, 2019

City Clerk gives official notice of City Council vacancy

NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL VACANCY

In accordance with the Official Charter, Article II, Section 7, and the Official Code of the City of Clarksville, Tennessee, Section 1-210 , notice is hereby given that the City of Clarksville is accepting applications for representative of City Council Ward 11.

Applicants shall be a resident of the City of Clarksville for no less than 12 months and shall have resided in and be qualified to vote in Ward 11.

All qualified applicants shall appear before the City Council during its regular session on Thursday, June 6, 2019, at 7 p.m. in City Council Chambers, 106 Public Square, and will be allowed five minutes to make known their intention to apply to fill the vacancy, and may make a brief statement concerning the reasons for their desire to serve on the City Council, their background, education, training, employment, military service, volunteer work, and such other matters as may be appropriate to an evaluation of their application, and may answer questions from City Council members.

For additional information, please contact Sylvia Skinner, City Clerk, (931)648-6121 or sylvia.skinner@cityofclarksville.com.

Sylvia Skinner, City Clerk

City of Clarksville, Tennessee

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