Nowthen voters will elect a new mayor on Nov. 4. With current Mayor Bill Schulz not seeking re-election, Cindy Ohman, Jeff Pilon and Jim Scheffler are all running for the position. Scheffler did not respond to the Anoka County UnionHerald’s questionnaire.
Nowthen voters will choose two city council members from a field of four candidates running for the office in the Nov. 4 election. Randy Bettinger, Penny LaPlante, Paul Reighard and Malcolm T. Vinger II are seeking the seats currently held by Council Members Harlan Meyer, who is not running for re-election and Jeff Pilon, who is running for mayor.
Ramsey voters will elect a new at-large council member to represent the whole community over the next four years.
Spring Lake Park residents will elect a mayor and two city council members at large Nov. 4.
The Ramsey City Council took a first look at a new street assessment policy at its Oct. 14 workshop meeting.
East Bethel voters will have three candidates to choose from when electing a mayor Nov. 4. Current Mayor Bob DeRoche, along with Council Member Heidi Moegerle and former Council Member Steve Voss are looking to serve as East Bethel’s mayor. DeRoche, serving on the council at the time, was appointed to the mayor’s seat early this year when it was learned that Mayor Richard Lawrence was no longer an East Bethel resident.
Three candidates are vying for the two open seats on the East Bethel City Council. Voters will choose from the field of Tim Harrington, Brian Mundle and Randy Plaisance. Harrington is a current member of the city council, appointed early this year to fill Bob DeRoche’s seat when he was appointed mayor.