The April 2 election is Tuesday. Here are the candidates and ballot measures up for a decision in the general municipal election.
Monday, April 1, 2013
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Here are the candidates and ballot measures up for a decision in the general municipal election.
CITY OF FENTON MAYOR Paul Seemayer Mike Polizzi ALDERMAN, WARD 1 Carol Brennan Andrew Sobey Jr. Kevin Yarbrough ALDERMAN, WARD 2 (two-year term) Wesley Paul Verble ALDERMAN, WARD 2 (one-year term) Joe Maurath ALDERMAN, WARD 3 Chris Clauss ALDERMAN, WARD 4 James Mauller LINDBERGH SCHOOL DISTRICT Director (Two to be elected to three-year terms) Adam McBride Kara Gotsch Vic Lenz Cindy McDaniel FENTON FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT Director (One to be elected) Bethy Viviano Ken Boland ROCKWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT Director (Two to be elected to three-year terms) Janet Strate Stephen (Steve) Banton Loralee Mondl Jeffrey R. Morrell PROPOSITION S ($38.4 million bond issue for upgrades in safety and health measures, technology infrastructure and facilities …
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Fenton will elect a mayor and four alderman next April; local school boards also will fill positions.
Just when you thought it was safe to drive around town without seeing election signs, the City of Fenton sent notice that the filing period for local candidates for the April 2, 2013 municipal elections opens Dec. 11 and closes Jan. 15. 2013. Fenton will have a number of offices at stake, including the mayoral post. Current Mayor Dennis Hancock already has announced he will not seek a 7th term as the city's top official. Paul Seemayer, whose aldermanic term expires next April, already has declared his candidacy for the mayor's seat. Three other aldermanic terms will expire in April 2013, leaving those positions to be filled in the April 2 election. The aldermen up for re-election in April include Joe Maurath (Ward 2), Chris Clauss (Ward 3…