With Curt Hagman’s victory in yesterday’s Assembly primary, the outgoing Chino Hills mayor’s seat on the council will likely be filled by a newcomer.
Two council seats in Chino Hills will be up for grabs in November’s election, said Assistant City Clerk Cynthia Winslow. The filing period is July 14 to August 8, she said.
Council members are selected citywide in Chino Hills rather than district-by-district, as is the case in Pomona and other cities. The mayor is appointed internally by council vote, Winslow said.