Municipal Elections to Borough Council will occur on Tuesday, November 5th. Three of the seven Council positions are up for vote/election. Only one incumbent, Lynn Shimer, ran in the May Primary and will appear on the ballot. Patti Dewar and Terry St.Clair did not run. The remaining 4 incumbents (Bob Hanson, Scott Hollern, Curt Morgese and Shaun Nemeth) have terms expiring the end of 2021.
Write-in votes can be cast as well; The top 3 vote-getters will win the 3 open seats, subject to their agreement to serve.
One candidate, Kim Yantus, has stepped forward and announced their write-in campaign. She has provided the following for voter information:
I have been a full-time resident of Indian Lake for 38 years, being married and raising our 2 sons here in this lovely community. I would welcome the opportunity to serve on Council to help forward the work and dedication of the Council's initiatives. We all have the wonderful opportunity to live in this area and enjoy all that the Lake has to offer. I appreciated your consideration for my write-in campaign for the open positions that we have on Borough Council.
Another candidate, incumbent Terry St.Clair, has announced a willingness to continue to serve if elected as a write-in candidate.
This is a public service announcement only and no candidate is officially endorsed by the Borough.
Any candidate wishing an equivalent notice may submit a request to Editor@indianlakepa.us