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Bremerton auditor applies for Poulsbo council job

The Bremerton City Auditor has applied to become Poulsbo’s newest City Council member.

Gary Nystul, 65, Bremerton City Auditor and former 18-year councilman in Kalispell, Mont. Nystul is a nine-year Poulsbo resident and said he hopes to maintain Poulsbo’s unique cultural features. Communication with citizens, financial health and planning for the future are his council priorities.

“I live here, I have an interest in the community and am willing to volunteer if that’s their choice. I don’t have an agenda,” he said.

Nystul is one of four to apply for the position.

Candidates will interview next month for the seat left vacant at the end of this year by longtime Councilman Dale Rudolph, who’s term would have expired at the end of 2011.

Council positions pay $6,000 a year.

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