Deadline nears to file for area city, school positions

Deadline nears to file for area city, school positions
Those who would like to seek a position serving area cities and school districts still have time to file as a candidate for local elections to be held Saturday, May 2.
The candidate filing period began January 15 and will continue through 5 p.m. Friday, February 14.
The City of Whitney will have three city council seats available this year, with the two-year terms of Chip Hundley, Robert Ross and Valery Peacock expiring. Those interested can apply at Whitney City Hall or call 254-694-2261 for more information.
Whitney ISD will have two school board positions up for election this year. The three-year terms of Ray Mabry and Lyle Eubank are expiring in 2020. Filing is being conducted at the superintendent’s office. For more information, call 254-694-2254.
The City of Aquilla will have several positions available in May, with the term of Mayor James Hamner Sr. expiring, along with the terms of council members James Hamner Jr., Scotty Myers, Gerald Schronk and Kyle McCurdy. There is also one vacant seat available on the council. Anyone who would like to file can call Mayor Hamner at 254-379-0954 for more information.
Aquilla ISD has two positions available on its board, with the one-year terms of Tim Henderson and Jamie Simmons up for election. Filing is at the superintendent’s office.
The City of Blum will have two council seats available this year, with those currently held by Willie Mosely and Linda Pruitt expiring. Filing will be at Blum City Hall.
Blum ISD has three three-year terms available on its school board. Filing will be at the superintendent’s office.
The City of Covington will elect a mayor and several council members for two-year terms. To file for a spot, visit Covington City Hall Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Covington ISD has two three-year spots available on its school board. The seats are currently held by Chris Lidster and Georgia Whittington. Filing will be conducted at the school superintendent’s office.
More information can be obtained by contacting city and school administration offices in each city or district.

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