Election Results: Candidate Races Outside of Ann Arbor
Mayor Jason Lindauer has won re-election. There will be a couple of new faces on City Council. Jim Myles will join council after winning a four year term, unseating Incumbent Dustin Suntheimer. Myles joins Incumbents Melissa Johnson and Mayor Pro-Tem Cheri Albertson in winning full terms. There were also two partial, two-year terms seats available on Chelsea City Council. Incumbent Frank Hammer and newcomer Jane Pacheco won those seats.
The City has a new Mayor. Incumbent Kym Muckler did not seek re-election. Sitting Councilman Michael Armitage wins that position. Ann Gee will fill the spot on Milan City Council, being vacated by Armitage. Gee joined Incumbents Dominic Hamden and Douglas Gilson in winning four-year terms.
In a race separated by only 22-votes, Joyce Armitage has been elected Milan Library Board Director over Randy Westbrooks. Armitage replaces Larry Biederman, who did not seek re-election.
In the City of Saline, the council race was unopposed. Incumbents Linda TerHaar and James Roth were re-elected and Terri Sibo-Koenig wins her first term.
Dexter Village Charter Commission:
There were 13-candidates running for 9-seats on the Dexter Village Charter Commission. The Commission will be charged with drafting the guidelines for the village to become a city. The winners were Michael Ratz, John Hanson, Mary Ellen Miller, Thomas Phillips, Phillip Mekas, Phillip Arbour, D. Jack Donaldson, James Smith and Mathew Kowalski.