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Voters elected an incumbent and a newcomer to the Greenville City Council on Tuesday.
Councilman Larry Moss received 265 votes to retain his seat while Sylvia Warner came in close behind with 262 votes to earn a seat.
They easily bested their fellow challengers — attorney Kathleen Dunne who received 74 votes and former Belding city manager Meg Mullendore who received 53 votes. Moss has been on the Greenville City Council since 2008 and works as an English and communications instructor at Montcalm Community College. He campaigned with the goal to understand what will bring young adults back to Greenville. He wants to make the city more attractive to millennials, the newest generation entering the workforce, starting families and looking for a place to settle. “It makes me feel honored and humbled to have the support of the citizens of Greenville and to be able to go back to work to serve the community,” Moss said. “I know we got our word out and talked to a lot of people and got the message out about what we wanted to do and the people responded and I’m pleased. I’m thrilled to be able to get back to work for the people of Greenville.”
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CC-Crystal 3-2: The Eagles hosted the MSAC tournament on Saturday and finished in a tie for third with Montabella. CC-Crystal defeated Ashley 25-19, 25-9, Vestaburg 25-11, 25-21 and Montabella 25-20, 19-25, 15-11…
Tuesday’s ballot may be a blank one in Greenville, but that doesn’t mean it’s not an important election.
Two four-year terms are open on the Greenville City Council. Although four candidates are campaigning for the job, they are all running as write-ins, meaning their name will not appear on the ballot unless a voter writes it.