One of the Henderson City Council's more lengthy public meetings of the year could be held this month when 14 applicants take turns telling the council why they would be the best person to fill a midterm vacancy.
Former Ward 3 Councilwoman Kathleen Vermillion resigned effective Jan. 3.
The City Council voted Dec. 20 to appoint her replacement rather than hold a special election, saving taxpayers at least $127,000.
Those seeking the post are:
Beverly Daly-Dix, 62, retired school principal
Milton "Milt" Doyle, 62, Air Force retiree
Rich Dreschler, 69, retired banker
Sam Elia, 78, retired economics professor
Kurt Faux, 54, attorney
Sean Fellows, 31, government affairs director, city planning commissioner
Thomas Haugh, accounts management supervisor
Fred Honore, 73, retired
Erin Lale, 42, author
John Marz, 65, marketing consultant, city planning commissioner
Gary Riggs, 52, insurance agency owner
Catherine Rosenfield, self-employed, longtime city volunteer
Jason Stoffel, 34, attorney
Contact reporter Doug McMurdo at email@example.com or 702-224-5512.