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Georgetown Councilman Steps Down from Town Council

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GEORGETOWN, Del.- Councilman David R. Anderson resigned his position from the Fourth Ward of the Town Council in Georgetown, citing personal reasons.

 At the time of his resignation, Anderson was in the second year of his two-year term on the Town Council.  The current term expires in May 2016.
 
The Town Council is now looking for someone to serve the remainder of the term.  In accordance with the Town Charter, the Town Council says it has the authority to appoint someone to complete the remainder of the term with a majority vote of the remaining members of the Town Council. 
 
Qualifications for the office require the Town Councilperson from the Fourth Ward shall be at at least 21-years-old, a citizen of the United States and of the State of Delaware, a bona fide resident of the Town of Georgetown and a bona fide resident of the Fourth Ward.  The Fourth Ward consists of the area within the Town limits South of the centerline of West Market Street and West of the centerline of South Bedford Street. 
 
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest indicating their qualifications, background, and any other knowledge, skills, abilities, or interests that would be beneficial to the Town Council.  Letters of interest should be sent to the attention of Gene Dvornick, Town Manager, 39 The Circle, Georgetown, Delaware 19947 by Wednesday, March 2, 2016.
           
This position will be formally filled for a two year term (2016 – 2018) during the next Municipal Election, set for May 14, 2016.  The deadline for filing a Notice of Candidacy is April 22, 2016 at 5:00 PM.

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