Huber Heights is seeking a replacement for former councilman Seth Morgan, who resigned his position last week.
City council announced they will solicit applications for a replacement at the Tuesday council work session. Applications will be due by Feb. 28 to Anthony Rodgers, clerk of council.
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Once city council knows how many applicants there are, they will set a special work session to publicly interview candidates.
Residents of Ward 3 also can submit questions for city council candidates to Rodgers.
Morgan’s resignation was effective on Feb. 16. City council has until March 16 to replace him.
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