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Covington sets Aug. 18 deadline to apply for vacant commission seat left by resignation of Nolan Nicaise

Covington residents have until Aug. 18 to apply for a seat on the Covington Board of Commissioners.

The resignation of Commissioner Nolan Nicaise on Tuesday left a vacancy for a term that lasts until the end of 2024. Given the timing of that resignation, the Kentucky Constitution requires the vacancy be filled by a vote of the remaining four members of the Commission, Mayor Joe Meyer and Commissioners Tim Downing, Shannon Smith, and Ron Washington.

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The Commission asked that residents interested in serving send an email that:

• Explains why they’re interested.
• Explains what makes them the best person to fill the vacancy.
• Gives their address and tells how long they’ve lived in Covington.
• Explains their professional background and skill set.

That information can be contained in a cover letter and resume.

The information should be sent to administrative assistant Erin Callery by the end of the day Aug. 18 at erin.callery@covingtonky.gov.

The Commission has 30 days from Aug. 8 to name a replacement, or the job falls to Gov. Andy Beshear.

According to state statute, Commissioners must be at least 18, a resident of Covington for at least a year — and throughout their term — and a qualified voter.

According to City Ordinance 36.045, Commissioners will be required to file an annual statement of financial interests, also known as a “financial disclosure statement.”

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