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The city of Palmyra now has candidates for all four positions up for election in April.
Filing unopposed so far are Rusty Adrian, the incumbent, for mayor, city council candidates Brock Fahy, the incumbent, in Ward 1, Jim Church, Ward 2, and Pam Behring, the incumbent, in Ward 3.
Filing continues for the April election through Dec. 27.
No new filings were reported this past week for three open seats on the Palmyra R-I Board of Education where eight people filed previously including Doug Meyers, Amber Gottman, Kevin Hillman, Jeff Weaver, Leisa Hinkle, Danielle Heimer, Beau Hicks and Chris Turner.
The three seats are currently held by Meyers, Oneta Crowe and Stephanie Bross.
Only two candidates, Michael Lauber and Ashanti Anderson, have filed so far for three open positions on the Marion County R-II Board of Education. The open positions are currently held by Craig Spratt, Wesley Tuley and Aaron Zook.
The Marion County R-II Public Water Supply District has two filings for the board of trustees including Tim O’Brien, in Subdistrict No. 5 and Travis Cunningham in Subdistrict, No. 1.
Andy Bross, the incumbent, is the only one running for another term as a member of the Palmyra Fire Protection District Board.