Silverthorne looks to fill town council vacancy

SILVERTHORNE — Silverthorne’s town council has one vacant spot after former member JoAnne Nadalin moved out of state. According to town manager Ryan Hyland, the town has received four letters of intention from residents interested in filling the position. Hyland anticipates at least four more letters of intention will be received before the deadline at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5. Council will conduct interviews with eligible applicants Sept. 11 and will announce its decision at the 6 p.m. town council meeting.

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