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Elections
Winners in the 2013 elections are, top row, Village Council: Karen Wintrow,  Brian Housh, Marianne MacQueen; center row, school board: Aïda Merhemic, Evan Scott, Steve Conn; bottom row, Township Trustees: Mark Crockett, John Eastman.

Winners in the 2013 elections are, top row, Village Council: Karen Wintrow, Brian Housh, Marianne MacQueen; center row, school board: Aïda Merhemic, Evan Scott, Steve Conn; bottom row, Township Trustees: Mark Crockett, John Eastman.

2013 Yellow Springs Village and Miami Township Election Results

Karen Wintrow, Brian Housh and Marianne MacQueen won seats on the Yellow Springs Village Council in yesterday’s race. Incumbent Wintrow gained her third four-year term on Council while newcomer Housh, as second highest vote-getter, also won four years. In third place, MacQueen won a two-year term. Incumbent Rick Walkey, as the fourth highest vote-getter, lost his seat after two two-year terms.

The hotly-contested school board race brought back incumbent Aïda Merhemic and added newcomers Evan Scott and Steve Conn. Longtime incumbent Angela Wright was the fourth-highest vote getter, and thus lost her seat.

For Miami Township Trustees, incumbent Mark Crockett handily won re-election, and will be joined by John Eastman.

Yellow Springs voters overwhelmingly voted yes on the renewal levy for public schools.

For details, see the Nov. 7 issue of the Yellow Springs News.

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