The Town Council is expected -- for the second straight meeting -- to name a replacement for David M. Warner, the council member who resigned last month to take a $400 a week job as a consultant to the town.

During their Tuesday night meeting, the council is expected to choose from a field of five residents interested in the $500-a-year job. Among them are former Councilman John Etzel, Board of Appeals Chairman Larry L. Gouker, Planning Commission member John D. Timberman, Planning Commission member Robert Kolodziejski and resident Douglas Myers.

The council was to have named a replacement at its Jan. 23 meeting.

After the selection, the only elected members of the council will be Geoff Black and Gerald H. Bollinger, both of whose terms are upin May 1993.

In other matters Wednesday night, the council is expected to adopt a new, stricter check-acceptance policy that is designed to cut down on the number of bad checks received by the town. The town council also is expected to formally discuss the 1990 U.S. Census results, results which show significant growth in the last 10 years. According to the census figures -- released last month -- 2,810 people lived in town, compared with 1,830 in 1980.

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