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Bartley poised to win in Elizabethtown

Morris, Phillips earn town council seats

Margaret Bartley, who led the Elizabethtown Supervisor race by nine votes after the Nov. 8 election with absentee ballots to be counted Nov. 16.

Margaret Bartley, who led the Elizabethtown Supervisor race by nine votes after the Nov. 8 election with absentee ballots to be counted Nov. 16.

— Bartley said that she wanted those interested in helping to contact her at 873-9225 or msbartley@aol.com.

“I welcome all ideas and encourage volunteer efforts in making Elizabethtown an even better place to live,” she said.

Merrihew said that he felt the town was on solid ground as he prepares to leave office at the end of the year.

“I’m disappointed in the result, but I will bid adieu and move on and allow the transition of this new guard to hopefully continue on the solid ground that they are inheriting,” Merrihew said. “I want people to understand at the end of the year how solid the foundation of this town is.”

In the race for two vacated town council seats, Ben Morris received 285 votes, while James Phillips received 210 votes in earning spots on the council, ahead of candidates Evelyn Hatch (184) and Michael Doyle (157).

Michael Drew won an uncontested race for Highway Superintendent with 329 votes.

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abouttime 2 years, 5 months ago

You vote for your Town & the people and what is best for them, not yourself! Don't blame this one on Horace Nye, you did it to yourself!

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