Residents interested in seeking either the mayor's seat or one of the three City Council seats have until 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 28 to qualify.
As of Tuesday, Aug. 27, Bev Miller, City Council member for Post 6, and mayor pro tem, has qualified to run in the mayoral election.
Miller, will resign her City Council seat as required by the city's charter. "The city will hold a Special Election possibly next spring to fill the now vacant seat of Post 6," explained City Clerk Joan Jones in an email.
Seats up for re-election are the mayor and Post 1, 3, and 5 City Council seats. Mayor Mike Bodker, Council members Randall Johnson (Post 1), Karen Richardson (Post 3) and Kelly Stewart (Post 5), have qualified for re-election
Interested candidates must be at least 21 years of age, must be a resident of the City of Johns Creek for one year preceding the date of election, and a qualified voter of the City of Johns Creek.
The qualifying fee is $750.00 to run for mayor and $450.00 to run for a council seat.