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Hickory City Council is accepting applications to fill the Ward 4 City Council vacancy until the next general or special election. Applicants must be a qualified voter and a resident of Ward 4 in the City of Hickory.
The vacancy is the result of the resignation of Ward 4 councilman David Williams. He stepped down from City Council and was honored at Tuesday’s (January 17) regular meeting. Mr. Williams had served on Hickory City Council since 2017.
He was first elected to the Ward 4 seat in 2017 and was re-elected for a second term in July, 2022. The municipal election originally scheduled for November, 2021 was moved to the summer of 2022 so that redistricting could be studied with complete census data.
All qualified, interested applicants must submit a letter of interest, including qualifications, to City Attorney John Crone by 5 p.m. Friday, January 27. Completed applications should be mailed to the following address: City Attorney John Crone, Post Office Drawer 2428, Hickory, North Carolina 28603.
Applications will be accepted via email at email@example.com, by hand delivery to 858 2nd Street NE, Suite 200 in Hickory, or by mail. All mailed applications must be postmarked by the submittal deadline.
The City Attorney will distribute the letters of interest to Hickory City Council. City Council will then review and decide the next steps in the interview process once the applications are in hand. For additional information, contact City Attorney John Crone at 828-322-4663.