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MALPAS PARISH COUNCIL

CASUAL VACANCY

 

PARISH of .........Malpas.....................................................

NOTICE OF VACANCY
IN THE OFFICE OF PARISH COUNCILLOR

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, PURSUANT TO SECTION 87(2) OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1972, THAT A VACANCY HAS BEEN DECLARED ON THE ABOVE PARISH COUNCIL FOR A MEMBER TO REPRESENT THE PARISH OF MALPAS

ANY TEN ELECTORS IN THE PARISH MAY CALL AN ELECTION BY WRITING TO: THE RETURNING OFFICER, CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER COUNCIL, 2ND FLOOR, HQ, 58 NICHOLAS STREET, CHESTER, CH1 2NP; REQUESTING THAT AN ELECTION BE HELD TO FILL THE SAID VACANCY, SUCH REQUEST TO BE MADE WITHIN FOURTEEN DAYS (NOT COUNTING SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND BANK HOLIDAYS) FROM THE DATE OF THIS NOTICE.

IN THE EVENT OF NO ELECTION BEING CALLED, THE PARISH COUNCIL WILL FILL THE VACANCY BY CO-OPTION.

 

DATED 13TH JUNE 2016

SIGNED.........RUTH SHACKLETON.........CLERK TO THE PARISH COUNCIL

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