St. Joe County: GOP sweeps co. commission; Glen Oaks millage rejected
Wednesday Nov 07, 2018 7:13am
CENTREVILLE – Republicans captured the three contested races for St. Joseph County Commission.
Dennis Allen topped Judy Nelson in District 3 2,920 to 1,605. Daniel Czajkowski topped Elizabeth O’Dell 2,500 to 1,075 in District 4. And Kenneth Malone defeated Richard Homan 2,002 to 951.
The Glen Oaks Community College millage for camppus improvements was defeated by 560 votes out of just over 19,000 votes cast. Kimberlee Bontrager and Carol Higgins were elected to the Glen Oaks Board of Trustees.
In Sturgis voters chose Jon Good over Mike Gay for city commissioner at-large in a close race, 1,137 to 1,095.
Keri Millett and Gwen Donmyer won seats on the Sturgis School Board.
The Commission on Aging millage renewal easily won passage. Voters in White Pigeon Township approved millages for emergency services and road repairs.
Voters in Centreville approved an operating millage.
Nottawa Community Schools passed a sinking fund millage.