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June 10, 2014

Barrackville, Pleasant Valley elections today

FAIRMONT — Voters in Barrackville and Pleasant Valley may cast their votes today in the towns’ municipal elections.

For voters in Barrackville, polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. To cast votes, Barrackville residents may go to the town hall.

Barrackville is holding elections for mayor, recorder and five council seats. The positions sit for two-year terms.

Candidates running for mayor include incumbent Roy Meeks III and Douglas Ice. Candidates running for the five council seats include Michelle Clyde, Bill Greathouse, incumbent Robert Hollandsworth, Randy Ice, Michael Jordan III, incumbent Charles Moore, incumbent Jeffrey Mullenax and incumbent David Tonkin.

Steven Richard Hall is running unopposed for town recorder.

Once the polls are closed, workers will tabulate the results, which will be posted outside the town hall. The results posted today are unofficial results and will not be made official until the canvass, which occurs Monday, June 16.

Votes may be cast for Pleasant Valley’s municipal election today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Voters can cast their votes at the Pleasant Valley Municipal Building located at 2340 Kingmont Road.

The positions up for election in Pleasant Valley are mayor, two members of the council-at-large and three council members as representatives fo specific wards.

Those specifics include one for Kingmont, one for Millersville and one for Pleasant Valley. The representatives for Millerville and Pleasant Valley will serve four-year terms, while the mayor, two members of the council-at-large position and the Kingmont representative on council will serve two-year terms.

The difference in service length is because Pleasant Valley is transitioning to a system of staggered four-year terms for council representatives.

Current Mayor Barbara Metcalfe has filed to run for re-election and is running unopposed.

Susan Brown has filed to run for the Millersville area council seat and is running unopposed. Incumbent Gary J. Boyles has filed to run for re-election for the Pleasant Valley area council seat and is running unopposed. Incumbent Chad A. Nuzum is running for re-election for the Kingmont area council seat and is running unopposed.

Diana Lay and William (B.J.) Hawkins are the two candidates for the two council-at-large seats.

Once the polls in Pleasant Valley are closed, workers will tabulate the results, which will be posted at the Pleasant Valley Municipal Building once they are totalled. The results posted today are unofficial results and will not be made official until the canvass.

Email Emily Gallagher at egallagher@timeswv.com or follow her on Twitter @EGallagherTWV.

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