Eugene Gibson won re-election for another term as Greer Commissioner of Public Works in the only municipal race held Tuesday.
Gibson earned 214 votes (78 percent) while challenger Tom Kriese received 56 votes (20 percent). Five write-in votes were not disclosed. Gibson, chair of CPW’s three-member commission, has served as a commissioner since Sept. 1,1982.
Incumbent Eugene Gibson faces off versus challenger Tom Kriese for a seat on the Greer Commission of Public Works in Tuesday’s municipal election. That is the only race in the municipal election.
Gibson, the chairperson of the three-member commission, was elected in 1982 and has served without interruption. Kriese has lived in Greer for 14 years and served in the Air Force 1965-69. He has worked as a general contractor in Greer and Indianapolis, where he previously resided.