Posted: Thu 8th Feb 2018

Connah’s Quay Town Councillor vacancy – applications must be in by 4pm on Friday

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Feb 8th, 2018

Nomination papers need to be delivered to the Returning Officer at County Hall in Mold by 4pm on Friday for those wishing to stand in the upcoming election for a vacant seat on Connah’s Quay Town Council.

A casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the Golftyn Ward following the resignation in December of Councillor David Birch due to ill health.

An election has been called for Thursday March 8 after ten electors from the ward requested an election take place, failure to gather ten signatures would have resulted in a new councillor being co-opted onto the council, as one existing councillor put it “co-option is no option.”

Extract form the election notice, a full copy can be found here: Notice-of-Election-Connahs-Quay-TC

 

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