The Harford County Permanent Nominating Caucus will hold a voting convention Oct. 27 to nominate candidates for the Board of Education seat that will be vacated Nov. 1 by Anne Sterling and for two at-large seats on the Harford Community College board of trustees.
Candidates' forums will be held Oct. 11 for the board of trustees seats and Oct. 13 for the school board opening.
The first two names selected for each position by caucus delegates at the voting convention will be forwarded to Gov. William Donald Schaefer, who makes the appointments.
Completed candidate registration forms for the school board seat must be submitted to the caucus by Sept. 8.
The deadline for applications for the board of trustees seats is tomorrow.
Originally, the caucus had planned to forward trustee applications to the governor without making recommendations.
After receiving 18 applications, caucus members decided to nominate two candidates.
Forms can be obtained by calling Elva Mullin at (410) 638-0959 or writing to: Permanent Nominating Caucus, 1007 Olivier Circle, Bel Air 21014.
The person chosen for the school board seat will serve the remaining three years of Mrs. Sterling's term. College trustees are appointed to five-year terms.
The candidates' forums and voting convention will be open to the public.