Covington councilmember position open

Interested residents should submit a letter of interest by 5 p.m. Thursday, April 4.

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The Covington City Council is currently seeking interest from residents who would like to be considered to fill open city council position No. 2.

Letters of interest must be received by the city before 5 p.m. Thursday, April 4. Candidates must include their full name as listed on their voter registration and their physical address in the letter.

Council will review letters Tuesday, April 9 and will choose either to make a direct appointment at the April 9 regular city council meeting or schedule in-person interviews with candidates April 16.

The term will end when a new council member is elected in the November 2019 General Election and those results are certified by King County.

Letters of interest can be submitted to: City of Covington, Attn: City Clerk, 16720 SE 271st St. #100, Covington, WA 98042.

Contact City Clerk Sharon Scott at sscott@covingtonwa.gov or 253-480-2405 with any questions.

Learn more about the Covington City Council at www.covingtonwa.gov/city_government/city_council.php.

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