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Thirteen Apply to Fill Yakima City Council District 2 Vacancy

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Over a dozen people are interested in filling the vacancy on Yakima's City Council District 2 seat. Over a dozen people are interested in filling the vacancy on Yakima's City Council District 2 seat.

YAKIMA, WA - Over a dozen people are interested in filling the vacancy on Yakima's City Council District 2 seat.

The Council has received thirteen applications to fill the seat created by Sara Bristol's resignation. Bristol's resignation officially takes effect on December 31st at midnight. Applications were due by midnight on that day.

Applications to fill the vacancy have been submitted by (in alphabetical order) Patricia Byers,
Thomas Dittmar, Maria Giedra, Michael Hayes, Mark Johnson, Lyle Kang, Nicholas Kline,
Alphonso Lee, Michael Liddicoat, Richard Marcley, James McLean, Dan Polage, Tony Sloan.

To be eligible, applicants have to be registered to vote and have to live within the boundaries of Yakima City Council District 2.

The borders of District 2 are, generally, Tieton Drive to the north, Ahtanum Road to the south, 40th Avenue to the west, and 1st Avenue to the east A map of District 2 can be
found here.

The Council will now review the applications and determine how the remainder of the process will unfold. As of now, they do not have a set deadline for naming Bristol's replacement.

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