Magnolia Springs will not hold a 2020 election

Staff Report
Posted 8/11/20

The Town of Magnolia Springs will not hold a 2020 election. Each council position, including mayor and all five seats, were unopposed. Only one person ran for each seat, and all six have been …

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Magnolia Springs will not hold a 2020 election

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The Town of Magnolia Springs will not hold a 2020 election. Each council position, including mayor and all five seats, were unopposed. Only one person ran for each seat, and all six have been approved by the current council. The new term will begin the first Monday of November, 2020. At that time, the positions of mayor and councilmembers will be filled by: Kim Koniar, Mayor; Andrew Monaghan, Place 1; Steve Mobley, Place 2; Ross Houser, Place 3; Nick Shields, Place 4; Robert Turner, Place 5.

Koniar, Monaghan, Mobley, and Shields serve on the current town council. They will continue to serve in their respective positions.