Cary councilwoman Julie Robison is moving out of state, and that means the council has a seat to fill. Applications are being accepted until June 29. The council will appoint someone to complete her term — nearly a year and a half’s worth. Local government makes critical policy decisions that directly impact property owners and taxpayers.
Applicants have only to meet a few standards to qualify. They must be registered voters, at least 21 years old, who live in Cary. Disqualified are convicted sex offenders, felony offenders, people convicted of a misdemeanor in the last five years, and people convicted of misdemeanors involving a minor.
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