They held a municipal byelection in Carbon just three months ago, and they're about to hold another.
 
Village residents will be voting in a byelection next month.
 
It's to replace Keith Bramley, who has resigned from the village council.
 
Two people filled in nomination forms before the deadline. They are Thomas Laffin and Michelle Lomond.
 
Election Day in Carbon is Tuesday, June 5, 2018.
 
On February 3 Carbonites elected Dan Clow to replace Clark Garrett, who resigned soon after the October, 2017 General Municipal Election.
 
The other members of Carbon council are Mayor Guss Nash, Deputy Mayor Bryan Peever and Councilor Kelly Garrett.

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