Medley voters Nov. 4 will choose two Town Council members from a field of three candidates.
The candidates for the $36,000-a-year seats include incumbents Jack Morrow and Edgar Ayala, and former council candidate Ivan Pacheco.
Ayala works at Sears as an air-conditioning repairman. He is well-known about town as a former popular delivery man for Wong’s Express Chinese restaurant. In 2012, after five prior attempts, Ayala won a council seat.
Morrow, a retired industrial engineer, has served as mayor three times and has been a council member for a total of five terms. He is known for wearing a wide hat both indoors and outdoors.
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Attempts to reach candidate Ivan Pacheco were unsuccessful. A public records request sent to the town on Oct. 8 seeking a copy of Pacheco's candidate application was not immediately answered.
The two candidates who receive the most votes will win the two seats.
Medley, a town of 500 residents, has a strong-mayor form of government. That means that the mayor serves as the chief executive and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the town.
On Election Day, hoping to ensure a large turnout, the town will hold a party for residents in the parking lot of Town Hall, 7777 NW 72nd Ave. The party will include a barbecue, music and dancing.