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East Side municipal races still lack candidates for key roles

Filing window closes tomorrow (Weds.) at 5

With just a day left to run as a candidate in November’s municipal elections, most of Summit County’s East Side towns have yet to muster a full slate. The mayor’s post and two council seats are up for election in each town. The filing window to be included on the official ballots closes at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 7.

As of Tuesday morning the following citizens had filed:

Coalville:
Mayor: Trever Johnson
Council: Rodney Robbins

Kamas
Mayor: Kevan Todd
Council: Kim Steed

Henefer
Mayor: None
Council: Detton Fawcett

Oakley
Mayor: Wade Woolstenhulme
Council: Dave Edmunds, Steve Wilmoth, Steve Butler, Chris Hanson

Francis

Mayor:

R. Lee Snelgrove, Byron Ames

Council:

Trilby Cox, Shana Fryer, Shauna Bushman, Casey Vorwaller

The town clerks’ offices will be open Wednesday until 5 p.m. to allow candidates to fill out official declarations of candidacy. In Henefer, potential candidates are asked to call Earlee Paskett to arrange a time to file: (435)336-2044


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