Members of the Constantine Village Council last week discussed the idea of appointing people to fill the positions of clerk and treasurer, instead of electing them.
Village manager Mark Honeysett said no one sought the treasurer position in the Nov. 6 election. He said the treasurer has to be a village resident and at the moment, nobody has expressed interest in the job.
Honeysett said he will post the position in the village’s December newsletter and include it online, as well. Honeysett indicated he reached out to current treasurer Helena Baldwin to see if she will consider serving in the interim, and he is awaiting a reply.
If no one is found by Jan. 1, Honeysett proposed asking village attorney Howard Bush if a village employee can serve.