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Keep the nameplates, city election closed, incumbents' reign continues

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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Wryley Bettis, District Five councilman, knows the routine of being sworn in after an unopposed race. Judge Hank Mims swears in Bettis for a four-term in 2012. He was unopposed.
 
 

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Wryley Bettis, District Five councilman, knows the routine of being sworn in after an unopposed race. Judge Hank Mims swears in Bettis for a four-term in 2012. He was unopposed.

 

 

All five incumbents have retained their seats for mayor, city council and commissioner for Greer CPW.

It’s the second time in the past two elections all the incumbents ran unopposed and no election was held.

The filing and write-in deadlines were last month.

Tammy Duncan, the municipal clerk, will ask the city Election Commission to certify the elections this month and the swearing in will be the first city council meeting in 2016, Jan. 12.

• Mayor Rick Danner, four years

• Jay Arrowood, City Council District One, four years

• Kimberly Bookert, City Council District Three, four years

• Wryley Bettis, City Council District Five, four years

• Jeff Howell, Greer Commissioner of Public Works, six years.

 

 

 

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