Four East Side towns to have primary elections |

Four East Side towns to have primary elections

Sarah MoffittThe Park Record

With the filing window closed for city council candidate applications, the East Side of Summit County had several last-minute applicants. Coalville, Kamas, Francis and Oakley will all hold primary elections due to the number of candidates that filed. The primary will be held September 13.

In Coalville, Jody Coleman, Scott Price, Susie Leyba, Carlos Tavores, Meryln Johnson, Arlin Judd and incumbents Chris Brundy and Steve Richins filed to run for public office. Ron Boyer, whose term is up in December, did not file to run again.

In Oakley, Les England, Pete Dickson, Terry Morrison, Bob Elbert, E. Michael Lee, Ron Bowen and Eric Rose filed for the three open seats. Rose and Bowen are both up for reelection. Delray Hatch’s seat is up for reelection but he did not file to run again.

In Francis, Kristie Bair, Susan Cann, Matt Crittenden, Jeremie Foreman, Mickey Grames and Rae Prescott filed to run for the two open seats. Incumbents Kristi Major and Wes Ure also filed for reelection.

In Kamas, Jonathan Richard Latham, Mike Crystal, Nathan Miles and Rex Mitchell filed to run for the three available seats. Incumbents, Rod Atkinson, Dan Littledike and Kevan Todd also filed to run for reelection


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Richard Butler and Joyce Housley, had filed to run for the two open seats in Henefer. City Council members Bruce Rowser and J. Richins terms expire in December.

City Council general elections are scheduled for November 8.