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Snowmass Village, CO, Colorado

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October 9, 2012
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A full ballot on Nov. 6

SNOWMASS VILLAGE - Snowmass Village voters will have a lot of boxes to check on Nov. 6.

On the local level, two council seats and the mayor's seat are up for grabs.

Mayor Bill Boineau is running for mayor unopposed. Four candidates are running to fill the two open council seats: Stan Stokes, Darryl Grob, Councilwoman Markey Butler and Chris Jacobson. Butler's and Councilman John Wilkinson's terms are expiring; Wilkinson is term-limited and cannot seek re-election.

Two candidates, Steve Child and John Young, are also vying for the District 4 Pitkin County commissioner seat after surviving a primary vote in June.

Residents will also express their opinions about two local issues on Nov. 6. The Town Council is asking voters an advisory question to gauge support for the town possibly enacting legislation regarding one-time-use bags. The Snowmass-Wildcat Fire Protection District is also asking voters to approve a tax increase supporting the district.

Over the following weeks, the Snowmass Sun will be publishing candidate interviews and other information related to the upcoming general election. For more information, visit the county election website at

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