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Montevideo American-News - Montevideo, MN
  • Fader, Curtiss seek mayor's seat; council, school board seats open

  • The filing period for candidates for city offices and school board positions throughout Minnesota closed Tuesday.
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  • The filing period for candidates for city offices and school board positions throughout Minnesota closed Tuesday.
    Incumbent Debra Lee Fader and former mayor Jim Curtiss, have filed for the two-year term as Montevideo's mayor. Curtiss was mayor from 1997 through 2010 before opting not to seek re-election. Fader ran unopposed for the office in 2010.
    There will be two open seats on the Montevideo City Council, as Al Johnsrud and Sandy Hodge are not seeking re-election. Running for those two four-year seats on the council are Todd Hay and Nathan Schmidt.
    There will be three open positions on the November election ballot for the board of education of School District 129. Incumbents Darin Balken and Maggie Kluver have filed for four-year seats on the board. Al VanRavenswaay has also filed. Betty Christensen is not seeking re-election.

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