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11 apply for Kansas City Municipal Court vacancies

The Kansas City Municipal Judicial Nominating Commission will meet on Nov. 21 for public interviews with 11 candidates for two vacancies on the Kansas City Municipal Court.

The commission said five lawyers in private practice and six in the public sector applied for the positions. They are Sara Christensen, Shayla Marshall, Beth Murano, Joseph Nastasi, Jesse Sendejas, Gerald Sorensen, David Suroff, Kendrea White, Ladarron Williams, Christopher Yotz and Brianna Zavadil.

The commission will first submit a panel of three nominees for the Division 205 vacancy. After that is filled, the commission will nominees for the vacancy in Division 204.

Judicial openings on the Kansas City Municipal Court, a division of the 16th Judicial Circuit, are filled in accordance with the Nonpartisan Court Plan. The City Council has 60 days to appoint one of the nominees, who then will stand for retention after serving one year in office.

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