A special board meeting held Monday night by the Cameron Park Community Services District resulted in no one being selected to fill the empty board seat left after Sean Tucker resigned in February.
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Eight candidates had applied for the opening but only seven showed for the interview. However, when it came down to it, no candidate received enough votes to be selected. Instead the position will be filled at the November election.
Other spots may also be open this fall as the terms of Shiva Frentzen, Greg Stanton and Scott McNeil will be up this year. Frentzen said most likely she will run for the current two-year term opening on the district board and has plans to run for District 2 Supervisor in 2016 when Ray Nutting’s seat is available.
McNeil has already declared himself a candidate to fill a spot on the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, District 4.
Stanton said he is still undecided.