Thornton council interviews Ward 3 applicants

City seeking to replace Zygielbaum

Staff Report
Posted 1/16/19

Thornton City Councilors should select their next colleague to fill the senior Ward 3 seat at their Jan. 22 meeting. Former City Councilor Josh Zygielbaum officially resigned his Ward 3 seat …

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Thornton council interviews Ward 3 applicants

City seeking to replace Zygielbaum

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Thornton City Councilors should select their next colleague to fill the senior Ward 3 seat at their Jan. 22 meeting.

Former City Councilor Josh Zygielbaum officially resigned his Ward 3 seat effective Jan. 6, two days before he was sworn in as Adams County’s new County Clerk and Recorder.

Thornton City Clerk Kristen Rosenbaum said the city began advertising Zygielbaum’s open seat in December and received 18 applications.

City Councilors selected six candidates and were scheduled to bring them in for interviews Jan. 15. They’re scheduled to select the new councilor on Jan. 22. A swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for Jan. 29.

The six candidates are former State Senator Beth Martinez Humenik, David Acunto, Kaarl Hoopes, Dominic Martinez, Eric Tade and SomXai Vue.

Zygielbaum was elected to a four-year term on the City Council in 2015. The new councilor will face election in this coming November’s election, Rosenbaum said.

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