After delaying a decision on filling a vacancy to allow more time for discussion, the Vanleer Board of Aldermen did not talk about it much at Tuesday night’s work session. The vacancy was created in December when Donald “Bubba” Tinsley resigned just a month after being elected to a two-year term after being replaced as chief of the town’s volunteer fire department. In January, the board decided to post notices of the vacancy to see who is interested in filling the position. At its February meeting, board members said they had been contacted by two people, but Alderman Westley Albright said he wanted to postpone a vote to discuss it more at the March work session. The only discussion at that session Tuesday night was that the same two people are still interested in the position. They were identified as Jimmy Bass and Kevin Miner, both of whom were in the 11-candidate field for November’s election. Bass finished sixth and Minor was 10th in vote totals to fill the five alderman positions. Mayor Larry Robertson said he would open the floor for nominations and the board will vote on the names submitted at Monday night’s monthly session.