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Second potential candidate emerges for Basalt council

Staff report

Todd Hartley became the second Basalt resident to take out a petition to potentially run for Basalt Town Council on Thursday, according to Town Clerk Pam Schilling.

Carol Hawk picked up a petition Tuesday. Candidates have until Jan. 22 to submit petitions signed by 25 registered electors.

There are three council seats up for grabs in the April 3 election. Incumbent Mark Kittle said he won’t run. Bernie Grauer said he is “inclined” to seek re-election. Gary Tennenbaum hasn’t announced his intentions.

All three terms are for four years.


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