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City Council getting two new additions

November 26th, 2016 | by SanTan Sun News
City Council getting two new additions
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By Paul Maryniak

 

The Chandler City Council will have two new faces next January now that the Nov. 8 election resolve who will sit in the seventh seat.

And while the Chandler Unified School District governing board won’t need to be reconstituted, residents who live in the Kyrene School District will see two new people on their governing board.

In the at-large council race, small-business consultant Mark Stewart easily beat finance executive Matt Eberle 54% to 46%.

The primary election saw the resolution of two other at-large races with the reelection of Councilwoman Nora Ellen and a victory by newcomer Sam Huang.

Meanwhile, in the school board races, only the three incumbents for Chandler Unified were running. They are Barbara Mozdzen, David Evans and Karen Bredeson-McGee.

John King, the only incumbent among four candidates for the Kyrene governing board, won another term.

He’ll be joined by top vote-getter Michelle Fahy and Michael Myrick. The fourth Kyrene candidate, Eshe Pickett of Chandler, trailed in last place.

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