Potential field grows to nine in Basalt town council race | AspenTimes.com

Potential field grows to nine in Basalt town council race

Three additional Basalt residents have emerged as potential candidates for the three Basalt Town Council seats up for election.

Ryan Slack picked up a nomination petition Thursday and incumbent councilman Gary Tennenbaum and Lem Bolanos picked up petitions Friday, according to Town Clerk Pam Schilling.

A total of nine people have picked up petitions. In addition to the recent trio, they are Carol Hawk, Todd Hartley, William Infante, Rick Stevens, Chris Mullin and incumbent Bernie Grauer. Incumbent Mark Kittle is not seeking re-election.

The petitions must be signed by 25 registered electors and turned back into Town Hall by the end of the workday Monday. Hawk and Grauer have turned in their petitions.

The mail-ballot election is April 3. All three terms are for four years.

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