Jun. 10—GRANVILLE — The results of the Town of Granville's 2021 municipal election, which took place yesterday, are in.
The candidates in the Granville election were officially announced in early February. At the time, 11 candidates were confirmed to be participating in the election. That number included incumbents.
Mayor Patricia A. Lewis and Recorder Mary Beth Renner both ran unopposed in this year's election.
Both received 67 votes for reelection and will retain their seats.
Three previous Granville council members ± Nicky Boyers, Patty Forbes and Dave Bean—ran for reelection. There were a total of five council seats up for election this year. The other candidates for the five council seats were Stan Rowe, Ron Clark, Keith Pyles, Bobbie Jo Wolfe, Steve Kovalcheck and Chip Buzzo II.
The post-election council lineup is as follows:
— Chip Buzzo II, 47 votes — Bobbie Jo Wolfe, 46 votes — Nicky Boyers, 45 votes for reelection — Patty Forbes, 43 votes for reelection — Dave Bean, 43 votes for reelection Officials who won reelection will carry on their duties in their positions without any delay.
Council members who did not run for reelection or win reelection will no longer hold their council seats as of July 1, when newly elected council members will officially assume their positions.