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The Spring General Election on Tuesday, April 6th will decide who serves on local town, village, and school boards, and the City Council of Glenwood City.
The city along with the school districts and the Village of Boyceville have nomination papers or letters of intent to place names on the April ballot. Townships hold a town caucus to determine who will be on the ballot and those will be held during the next week and results of those caucus will be published later.
City of Glenwood City
In the City of Glenwood City, three people have filed for the three open seats on the City Council. Those who filed are: Austin Sandow, Randall G. Ketola and Ben DeGross. DeGross and Sandown are incumbents, while incumbent Bill Koosmann did not file for re-election.
Village of Boyceville
There is a contest developing for the office of Village President as incumbent Village President, Gilbert Krueger is being challenged by Lukas Montgomery. Montgomery, who is currently is on the village board, will also seek re-election to that position.
Also seeking a two-year term on the Village Board is incumbent Brad Stevens and Sonya Zebro. Long time Village Trustee, Bud Gilbertson resigned from the board last month.
Boyceville School Board
Three people have filed for the two open seats on the Boyceville School Board. They are: Erik Evenson, Peter Score and Amber Carlsrud. Score and Evenson are incumbents.
Glenwood City School Board
For a seat on the Glenwood City School Board, three people have submitted letters of intent for the two open seats on the seven-person board. They are Nate Simmons, Jodi Rochelle Main, and Chuck Draxler. Draxler and Simmons are the incumbents.