Candidate files for Joyce Fire District seat

PORT ANGELES — One candidate filed during a special filing period for Position 5 on the Joyce Fire District commission.

Lynne Kastner’s name will appear on the Nov. 5 general election as unopposed for the seat.

The special filing period was from Tuesday through Thursday. It was for an office that received no candidate filings during the regular candidate filing period.

Kastner’s campaign email is [email protected] and she can be reached at 360-928-9434.

Candidates who file during the special filing period cannot withdraw.

The race will be included in the printed Voters’ Pamphlet and Online Voters’ Guide.

If no candidate had filed for the office, it would have been deemed lapsed. The current appointed person would remain in the position until the next election when such positions are voted upon.

For more information, visit the Clallam County Elections website at www.clallam.net/elections, call 360-417-2217 or email [email protected]

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