Four people ran for three seats on the Stanton City Commission, three incumbents and one new candidate.
All three incumbents were re-elected, with Jane Basom receiving 216 votes, Tamara Kuhn receiving 154 votes and Everett “Ray” Holloway receiving 130 votes. A fourth candidate Tammy Ferguson received 125 votes.
Residents will see a new face when they attend monthly city commission meetings in Stanton.
During Tuesday’s meeting, the Stanton City Commission unanimously voted to appoint Jacky McGill as the newest commissioner. McGill will fill a vacancy left by the September resignation of Michael Mazzola and will serve until the term expires in November 2023.
City ordinances will soon be hosted on another site for Stanton residents to access.
The Stanton City Commissioners voted 5-1 on Tuesday to accept a quote from Municode, a codifier of legal documents for legal documents. Commissioner Jane Basom was the lone “no” vote, as she preferred one of the other companies the city received a quote from.
Come March 12, this city will begin selling engraved bricks to go around the forthcoming monuments at Veterans Memorial Park.
The Stanton City Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a motion to accept an agreement with a company called Brick Makers so the city can begin selling engraved bricks that will go in Veterans Memorial Park.
With the construction of the Bradford storm sewer and detention pond project now complete, the city of Stanton held a final public hearing on the matter Tuesday.
Over the course of 2021, the city worked with engineering firm Prein & Newhof and Malley Construction on a two-part project that involved placing a new storm sewer on Second Street (from Main Street to Bradford Street) and on Bradford Street (from Second Street to M-66). Additionally, the project involved upsizing a detention basin on the southwest corner of W. Main and N. Second Street, next to Forest Hill Cemetery.