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Filling the vacant county council seat left by the resignation of Jim West has been at the top of the new council’s list of things to do since their first meeting on the subject Jan. 6.
During that meeting, it was decided that interested residents could submit applications, with a list of qualifications to County Administrator Max Baker.
The deadline for submissions was 5 p.m. Tuesday.
In response to the call for applicants, Baker received a total of 11 letters of interest. The letters came from Los Alamos County residents who have varying backgrounds as well as levels of experience in serving the public.
The following individuals submitted letters of interest:
• Manuel J. Baca, a local businessman;
• Becky S. Cordova, an electronics technician in a space science program at Los Alamos National Laboratory;
• Marc E. Clay, who has held several management positions at LANL;
• Ronald M. Dolin, Ph.D., who is also an employee at LANL, in addition to a small business owner;
• Deborah F. Gill, who worked for the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce and has done extensive volunteer work;
• Richard W. Hannemann, now a full-time self-employed musician, also worked at LANL as a young adult;
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