Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

June 20, 2017
Candidates set for upcoming primary, general elections

Filing dates for the upcoming municipal and special service elections are over, with the following candidates filed:

Tooele City

Mayor: Steve Pruden, Dave McCall, Debbie Winn.

Two City Council seats: Jeffery P. Saunders, Raja C. Ratnayake, Melodi M. Gochis, Rusty Thomas, Scott Wardle.

Grantsville City

Mayor: Todd Stewart, Mike Colson, Brent K. Marshall.

Two City Council seats: Derek Dalton, Scott Stice, Jason E. Smith, Shawn Bennett, Megan Baker, Tom Tripp.

Lake Point Improvement District

3 Trustee Positions: No one filed

Town of Rush Valley

Mayor: Brian L. Johnson

Two Town Council positions: William Dee Harding, Lacey Russell Burrows, Alan Dale Anderton.

North Tooele Fire District

Two Board positions: Faye Hall, Stephen R. Manzione.

Stansbury Park Improvement District

Two Board positions: Thomas F. Parker, J. Robert Shields, Kelly Wardell.

Stansbury Greenbelt Service Agency

Two Trustee positions: Aaron L. Spilker, Brenda Spearman, Gary Jensen, George R. Cannon.

Stansbury Recreation Service Agency

Two Trustee positions: Robert R. Norman, Steven Blake, Cassandra Arnell, Michael R. Johnson.

Town of Stockton

Mayor: Mark W. Whitney

Two Town Council positions: Vicki L. Nash, Joe Johnston, Nando Meli, Jr.

Town of Vernon

Mayor: Dennis L. Clark

One 4-year Council position: No-one filed.

Two 2-year Council positions: Joseph Steinmetz, Rodney R. Manzione.

Wendover City

Mayor: Mike Crawford

Two Council positions: No-one filed.

Tooele City and Grantsville City will hold Primary Elections on Aug. 15. The rest of the entities, as well as Tooele City and Grantsville City, will hold the General Election on Nov. 7.

Entities that have the exact number of candidates filed as they have offices open, have the option of canceling their elections and appointing the candidates who have filed as elected. The write-in deadline is Sept. 8. That means, except for election workers in Tooele City and Grantsville City, voters can relax until October.

The independent audit of Tooele County’s finances is in the final stages. Once the report is final, I will get it placed on the county’s website and let you know where the link is.

The certified tax rate is in the process of being set and approved by the entities in the county. Once that is completed, the county commission will approve the rate and we will move forward with the valuation notices. We’ll know at that time if there are any tax increases and how they will impact you.

If you have any questions on any of this information, please contact me at mgillette@tooeleco.org, or call 435-843-3148.

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