PARK CITY, Utah — On Thursday, Park City Mayor-elect Nann Worel officially stepped away from her position on city council. She left an opening to be decided by the remaining four city council members, including Tana Toly and Jeremy Rubell, to be sworn in on January 4. Worel would break a 2-2 tie. Applications are now open for the vacancy. The term runs until early 2024.
Candidates must be at least 18-years-old and a legal resident within Park City limits (map below) for 12 consecutive months. According to the state constitution, any person convicted of a felony or treason cannot hold elected office in Utah.
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Being a council member requires a very substantial time commitment. The council meets every Thursday, sometimes with work sessions starting at 2 pm, followed by regular meetings at 6 pm. Each council member is also assigned to be liaison or co-liaison for 5-10 boards/organizations and alternate liaison for 5-7 other boards/organizations.
Council members are paid $44,957.52 per year, which is $24,931.68 less than the Park City Mayor’s salary.
To apply, fill out this form, and attach it in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline is Wednesday, January 5 at 5 pm.