CLEAR SPRING - Prospective candidates for the vice mayor and one Town Council seat have until 9 p.m. Oct. 7 to file.
Those seats currently are held by Vice Mayor/Sewer Commissioner Julie Albowicz and her husband, Bill Albowicz, who serves on council and is also water commissioner.
Candidates for both positions must have resided in the town for at least two years immediately preceding the election and must be qualified voters of the town, according to the town charter.
In 2000, the Albowiczes were elected to additional two-year terms.
To vote in the Clear Spring election, voters must be able to prove they live within the town limits.
Both the vice mayor and the council members must maintain a permanent residence in the town during their two-year terms.
The vice mayor must be at least 21 years old, according to the town charter.
The town election will be held Monday, Nov. 4, from 2 to 7 p.m. at Clear Spring Town Hall.