The Wrangell Borough Clerk’s office has released the name of the lone write-in candidate for the city’s regular election set for October 2.
Clay Hammer is running for the Port Commission seat. According to the City and Borough of Wrangell, those who want to vote for a write-in candidate must, in the space provided, write in the candidate’s name as the candidate’s name appears on the letter of intent filed with the borough clerk. In addition, the voter must mark the oval opposite the candidate’s name.
The clerk’s office also is reporting a number of people have submitted letters of interests for appointments to committees. All appointments will be made at the October 9 Regular Assembly meeting.
Betty Keegan and Ruth Briskar are interested in the Planning and Zoning Commission’s two vacancies.
Holly Hammer and Timothy B. Berberich are interested in the two vacancies on the Parks and Recreation Board.
Candidates for the Economic Development Committees three vacancies are Jeremy Maxand and Marlene Clark.
The lone candidate for the Wrangell Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is Marian Glenz.
Beth Comstock submitted a letter for one of the three vacancies on the Nolan Museum/Civic Center Board.
Kipha Valvoda and David Galla will compete for the vacancy on the Thomas Bay Power Commission board.
The Cemetery Committee’s single seat is sought by Kay Larson and Susan Ritchie.