Clinton County Seeks Applicants for Pending Board of Supervisors Vacancy
CLINTON – The Clinton County Supervisor Vacancy Committee is accepting applications from residents who would be interested in being appointed to the upcoming vacancy on the Board of Supervisors.
A vacancy on the Board is pending after Supervisor Tom Determann was elected to the Iowa State Assembly. A committee of the County Auditor Eric Van Lancker, County Treasurer Dustin Johnson and County Recorder Scott Judd, in accordance with the Code of Iowa, voted November 21 to make an appointment to the vacancy.
The Committee has set an application period that closes at 4:30 pm Friday, Dec. 16th. Interested candidates shall submit letters of interest and/or resumes to the Clinton County Auditor’s Office, 1900 N. 3rd St., PO Box 2957, Clinton, IA, 52732 or emailed to [email protected]. The applicants name will be a part of the public record, but the applicant may request their resume to be kept confidential.
The committee will meet again on Monday, Dec. 19 at 1:30 p.m. to discuss the appointment process to lead to a potential appointment on Jan. 4.
The vacant term runs through 2024. Qualifications to serve as an appointed County Supervisor include being a resident of Clinton County for 60 days prior to appointment and at least 18 years of age.
Citizens interested in a special election to fill the vacancy may file a petition with the County Auditor’s Office with at least 1,699 signatures. The petition must be filed withing 14 days after the notice of intention to appoint was published or within 14 days after the appointment was made, whichever is later.