Five people officially expressed interest in the vacant city council seat in Maumee.
Council President Brent Buehrer this week provided The Blade with copies of the candidates’ resumes.
The five applicants are:
- Gabriel Barrow, owner of Barrow's Jewelers.
- William Laranga, project anaylst at Ally Financial.
- Scott Noonan, AFL-CIO labor engagement liasion for the United Way of Greater Toledo.
- Glenn Rambo, lawyer.
- Lou Thomson, client solutions manager at Warnock, Tanner & Associates.
Scott Noonan would like to claim a vacancy on Maumee City Council.
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Mr. Noonan received 1,872 votes in the November council election, missing out on a seat by 153 votes. Mr. Thomson also ran, earning 1,073 votes.
The vacancy was created when Dan Hazard resigned last week as he prepares to begin his first term as Maumee Municipal Court judge. He defeated longtime Judge Gary Byers in November.
Mr. Laranga served as Mr. Hazard's campaign manager during the judge's race.
The six sitting council members have until Jan. 3 — 30 days from Mr. Hazard's resignation — to make an appointment. If a majority cannot be reached, Mayor Richard Carr will make the appointment.
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