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Boone County ballot roundup

Saturday, March 31, 2007 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 5:19 p.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008

Ashland

Board of Aldermen:

David Thomas, John Sutherland and Barbara Bishop are running unopposed in Wards 1, 2 and 3, respectively.

Southern Boone County R-1 Board of Education:

Biff Barner, Tony Russell, Carolyn Old and Barrett Glascock are running for two open spots.

Centralia

Board of Aldermen:

Jerry Parmeley is running unopposed for mayor. Ryan Yager is running for Ward 1; Bill Ladwig and Jason Ridgel are running for Ward 2; and Timothy Grenke is running for Ward 3. All are unopposed. Kathy Colvin is running unopposed for city collector.

Centralia R-6 Board of Education:

Mike Vanmaanen, Charlie Johnson, Harvey Million Jr. and Patt Olsen are running for two open spots.

Central R-6 School District:

There are two questions on the ballot. Question 1 is a proposed $9 million bond issue to improve schools in the district and to build a new upper elementary school. Question 2 proposes a 15-cent increase in the district’s property tax levy from 2007 through 2009.

Fayette

Fayette R-3 Board of Education:

Novy Foland, Leigh Hilderbrand, Michelle Howell, Steven Miller and Lee Young are running for two open spots.

Fayette R-3 School District:

Proposition 2 asks whether the boundary between the Fayette R-3 and Harrisburg R-8 school districts should be changed.

Hallsville

Board of Aldermen:

Larry Moore is running unopposed for Ward 1 alderman and Jim Bunton is unopposed for Ward 2 alderman.

Municipal Judge:

Richard Hicks is running unopposed.

Hallsville R-4 Board of Education:

Steve Koirtyohann, Anne Allen and David Haun are running for two open spots.

Harrisburg

Board of Trustees:

Jeff Wardrip, Bev Larkin Brown and Junior Carter are running unopposed for three available terms.

Harrisburg R-8 Board of Education:

Brent Voorheis, Cindy Roller, Shelli Martin and Dan Larkin are running for two open spots.

Harrisburg R-8 School District:

There are two propositions on the ballot. Proposition 2 is a proposed 60-cent increase in the district’s property tax levy. Proposition 3 asks whether the boundary between the Harrisburg and the Fayette R-3 school districts should be changed.

Hartsburg

Town Board:

Nancy Grant and Jeanette Crawford are the only two candidates running for five available one-year terms. The remaining positions will be filled by write-ins.

Huntsdale

Board of Trustees:

Debby Lancaster and Kurt Shryack are running unopposed for two available terms.

McBaine

Board of Trustees:

John Schroeder, Gerald Leaton and Tonnie Martin are running unopposed for three available terms.

Pierpont

Board of Trustees:

Justin John and Robert Miller are running unopposed for two available terms.

Rocheport

Board of Aldermen:

Brett Dufur is running unopposed for mayor. Jeffrey Raaz and Deb Lynch are unopposed in Wards 1 and 2, respectively.

Sturgeon

Board of Aldermen:

Paul Heywood and Danny Joiner are running for mayor. Stan Robinson and Kelly Martin are competing for Ward I West alderman, while Kevin Abrahamson and Raymond Cranmer are competing for a two-year term in Ward 2 East. Susan Hesser and Dean Connolly are competing for a one-year term in Ward 2 East.

Other races and issues

New Franklin R-1 Board of Education:

Travis Hundley, Denise Waller and Jason Jennings are running for two open spots.

New Franklin R-1 School District:

There is one question on the ballot. It asks whether the district should borrow $2.2 million to install a heating and cooling system for the high school and build and equip a new gym for the high school, as well as complete other renovations.

North Callaway R-1 Board of Education:

David Kemp, Kevin Zuroweste, Jefferson Jones and Daniel McMurtry are running for two open spots.

Public Water Supply District No. 4:

Larry Daly, Mary Sloan and Jon Johnson are running for two three-year terms.


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