The wait continues.
After nearly an hour, Mayfield Heights City Council members and Mayor Anthony DiCicco emerged from an executive session Monday night with no news to report on the governing body's vacant seat. They had planned discuss the six candidates they had already interviewed and make an appointment, but failed to reach a consensus.
"Council has taken the opportunity to review all the applicants and do all the necessary vetting and discussion," Mayfield Heights Law Director Leonard F. Carr said. "This is an ongoing process, and it will continue."
Officials offered no timetable on the decision, and council members declined to answer any questions regarding the selection process.
In the early going of the regular council meeting, Council President Pro Tem Diane Snider said an organizational meeting would be held next week to appoint a new council president, president pro tem and various committees. That schedule will now likely be altered.
Read more about the city council candidates on Mayfield-Hillcrest Patch:
- Mayfield Heights City Council Interviews Kelbel and Stocum
- Mayfield Heights City Council Interviews Sabetta and Ballistrea
- Mayfield Heights City Council Interviews Likover and Farinacci