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Posted on: September 6, 2023

[ARCHIVED] City of Pasco Seeks Applicants for City Council District 6 Seat

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In light of the announced resignation of Councilmember Craig Maloney, the Pasco City Council is inviting eligible registered voters from Council District 6 to apply for the seat. The Council is committed to making an appointment in October to ensure effective governance and community representation. 

The successful appointee will fill the District 6 vacancy until the conclusion of the current term, which expires on December 31, 2025.  

Applicants must meet the following prerequisites for consideration: 

  • Must have resided in Pasco for at least one year.
  • Must be a registered voter residing in Council District 6.  

Residents can confirm their district using the district locator tool available on the City's website. A map of District 6 is attached. 

Applications can be submitted through one of the following channels:

  • In-person: Pick up and submit applications at the City Manager's office in Pasco City Hall.
  • Online: Apply directly through the City's online portal

The deadline for applications is Friday, September 22, at 5 p.m. 

After the application deadline, the City Council anticipates interviews on October 2, with the number of interview candidates to be determined. Those selected will receive further details about interview arrangements. The interviews will be conducted at the City Council meeting, open to the public and the media. All application materials will be regarded as public information and may be disclosed upon request.  

For inquiries about the application process or to learn more about the duties and responsibilities of a Councilmember, please contact the City Manager's office at (509) 544-3060. City officials are eager to assist residents in participating in this important civic opportunity. 

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