Montezuma retains 7 town trustees |

Montezuma retains 7 town trustees

The Montezuma Board of Trustees election this week was canceled and all seven incumbents remain on the board, as nobody stepped up to challenge them, according to town clerk Alan Bol.

Mayor Steve Hornback said Tuesday that matters facing the town this year include adoption of a new map and analyzing two donations for town parks.

Trustees are to select a mayor for the new term at an April 20 meeting. All seven town seats were up for election this term, and trustees at the meeting are to draw lots to determine three to serve two-year terms and four to serve four-year terms.

The trustees-elect are John Carney, Greg Geibler, Paul Hinkley, Edwin Hood, Steve Hornback, Noah Landwehr and Edgar Moorman.

The population of Montezuma is roughly 60.

– Robert Allen

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