Three initiatives will face Gibbon voters in the November general election and all three have ties that lead back to the now half-century old Gibbon Fire Hall, which, if approved by voters, will be the subject of a major renovation and expansion project which will include new city offices, a community room and sheriff’s department office, as well as expanding the fire hall on the east side and alittle on the north to better accommodate the needs for more room for equipment and for more space and make repairs to the hall itself.
On Tuesday, November 3, residents of Shelton will be asked to decide on three initiatives on their ballot that are aimed at community betterment for the village.
The Tuesday, November 3, ballot for patrons in the Gibbon school district will feature four candidates, Kim Wadkins, Michelle Eutsler, write-in candidate Scott Pickel and Brian Kroll, to fill three seats on that board. In the interest of helping voters make informed decisions, the Clipper submitted identical questions to all four candidates to have their answers publish below.
Two candidates for mayor of Gibbon will face voters on the November 3 general election ballot, incumbent Deborah VanMatre and challenger Johnathan Pearson. In an effort to aid voters in making an informed decision when voting, both candidates were asked identical questions with their answers published below.
Two candidates are seeking votes in the contested race for Wood River City Council Ward I in the upcoming November 3 general election. Robert Garcia and Cary Voss will be on the ballot for voters to fill the one open seat on the council.