Moss and Snow continue in Greenville

By Cory Smith • Last Updated 2:43 pm on Monday, November 14, 2011

GREENVILLE — Both incumbents running for re-election on the Greenville City Council retained their seats during Tuesday’s election.
Ken Snow, 63, who has served on the council since 1992 and as mayor since 2007, received 333 votes for re-election while Larry Moss, 60, came in second with 263 votes.
Brian Greene and Stephen J. Eipper fell short in their bid to make the council, finishing third and fourth, respectively, with 207 votes for Greene and 189 for Eipper.
“I’d like to thank the voters for re-electing me to another four year term,” Snow said. “Thank you for allowing me to serve for the last five as mayor and as a council person for the last 20.”
Moss said he was also thankful for the support he received throughout the election process but said there is much work to be done.
“I’m still concerned about building up our economy, our economic base, so we don’t have to go through what we’ve gone through over the past several years again,” he said. “But as far as the campaign, I thought it was a good campaign on everyone’s part. Mr. Greene and Mr. Eipper ran a good campaign and I wish them the best.”

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