By Bonnie Eslinger, Daily News Staff Writer
In fact, they’re the only candidates, so far, with a July 8 application deadline looming.
The city council decided last month to try to appoint a replacement for Carlson, who resigned mid-term on Monday. If the council can’t reach a consensus, it might call for a special election in November.
One of the candidates is businessman Greg Conlon, who came in third place last fall in a race for three council seats; he trailed second-place winner Cary Wiest by 213 votes. Conlon currently serves on the town’s finance and rail committees.
The other is Rick DeGolia, a partner with the private equity firm Exigen Capital, and vice chairman of the Atherton Civic Center Advisory Committee.
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