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Tim Henney joins field in City Council contest

Jay Hamburger THE PARK RECORD

Tim Henney, a trails and open space advocate who lives in Old Town, launched a campaign for the Park City Council on Monday, the first candidate who had not previously publicized their intention to run for office this year.

Henney is 54 years old and has lived in Park City since 1992.

Three people who had already announced they would run in the City Hall elections, meanwhile, were the first to file paperwork at the Marsac Building on Monday, formalizing their campaigns.

Park City Councilman Andy Beerman and Jack Thomas, a member of the Park City Planning Commission, are seeking the mayor’s office. City Councilman Alex Butwinski is seeking re-election.

Cindy Matsumoto, another City Councilor, has said she will seek re-election.

Monday is the first day candidates may file declaration of candidacy forms with City Hall’s election officer. The filing window runs until Friday.


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