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January 30, 2014

Filing begins for city, school board seats across county

From Staff Reports

Wednesday was the first day to file an application for the offices to be elected in the May 10 general election.

The last day to file is Feb. 28.

In Weatherford ISD, places 6 and 7, held by Dave Cowley and Kip Hooks, respectively, are up for election this spring.

On Weatherford City Council, the place 1 and 2 seats, held respectively by Jeff Robinson and Heidi Wilder, have terms ending this May.

Two seats are up for election this May on the Springtown ISD board, Place 4 occupied by Jody Lowery, and Place 5, held by Amy Walker.

Millsap ISD seats held by Christy Burton, Alan Richardson and Michael Stack are up for election this spring.

In the Aledo ISD, those who wish to serve on the school board may file for Place 6, held by David Davis, or Place 7, held by Hoyt Harris.

On Aledo City Council, those who would like to serve can file for the office of mayor, held by Kit Marshall; Place 2, held by Jean Bailey; or Place 4, held by Kimberly Hiebert.

In Willow Park, city council Place 3, held by Amy Podany; Place 4, held by Dan Stalling; and Place 5, held by Bernard Suchocki; are up for election.

In Hudson Oaks, the office of mayor, held by Pat Deen; Place 1, held by Glen Sutton; and Place 3, held by Dan David, are up for election.

In the Town of Annetta, those seeking council spots will file for Place 1, held by Larry Wood; Place 2, held by Bruce Moore; or Place 4, held by George Ripley.

In Annetta South, those who want to serve on the city council can file for Place 1, held by Philip Kuntz; Place 2, held by Jimmy Harvell; or Place 4, held by David Goolsby.

In Annetta North, candidates can file for Place 2, held by Kristin Jenkins; Place 4, held by Rob Watson; or Place 6, held by Len Callaway.

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