A ‘comfortable budget’
PRINCETON — The Princeton Park Board has canvassed the votes from the April 9 consolidated election and sworn into office newly-elected board members Dennis Nink and Andy Marti.
At Monday’s park board meeting, Elaine Russell, executive director, said the official election count shows Nink received 817 votes and Marti received 756 votes. Both men are incumbents to the board. Nink was appointed to the board in April 2010 to replace retiring board member Jan Milles. Marti was appointed to the board in November 2012 to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Carl Pacunas.
The board agreed to postpone reorganization action until its May 20 meeting, when all board members are expected to be in attendance. Board member Bob Halberg was unable to attend Monday’s meeting.
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