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REMINDERVILLE -- Village Councilor Mark Silversten is stepping down.
Residents who would like to serve on Village Council are encouraged to submit a letter of intent and a resume to Village Hall by July 5.
Silversten's term ends Dec. 31 this year.
Silversten did not return calls seeking comment. According to Reminderville officials, Silversten recently moved to Twinsburg.
According to Silversten's bio on the village website, he has lived in Reminderville since 2008. In addition to Council, he has served on the Architectural Review Board, the Communications Committee and JEDD Board.
"I would like to thank Mark for his service on the Council, on the JEDD board, on the Architectural Review Board, the Communications Committee and the Charter Review Committee," said Council President Tom DiCarlo. "He will be forever linked with the group of people who wrote the rules that help govern the village."
To select a new Councilor, Council will have private interviews with the prospective candidates then narrow the list to two or three. Those candidates will then be invited to speak before a Council meeting to give their statements. From there, Council will vote on a new member.
Applicants must be a Reminderville resident and qualified elector for at least one full year prior to the date of appointment and a resident of the village throughout their term of office.
Letters of intent and resumes can be sent to Clerk of Council Stacey Task at email@example.com or mailed to Village Hall, 3382 Glenwood Blvd., Reminderville 44202.