The City Council this week decided on a schedule for appointing interim replacements for the elected positions of city clerk and city treasurer as the women who currently hold those offices prepare to retire next month.
Beginning May 14, applicants who feel they are qualified will have an opportunity to apply through June 1, although appointments could be made before then, officials said.
City Clerk Margarita Campos and City Treasurer Donna Anderson are retiring on June 1 and July 7, respectively — roughly a year before their terms are set to end in May 2013.
Management Services Director Judie Wilke told the council on Tuesday that state law requires the city to fill the positions within 60 days of being vacated.
Applicants must be registered voters and must have resided in Burbank for at least 29 days before filing nomination papers.
The city clerk's office will be accepting the applications and should be able to complete the verification process for all candidates by June 5, Wilke added.