while newcomer Mark McCurdy earned 4,008 votes, or 13%. John Briscoe, who
also serves on the city's Planning Commission, received 11.1% of the
votes, or 3,397, while newcomer Doug Henry finished last with 4.2%, or
Crandall said being reelected to public office was an honor.
"I'm elated," he said. "The people who know me trusted me and felt I
was worth putting back into office. I have a track record, and I will do
my best to represent their interests all the time."
Conlosh, who did not return phone calls Wednesday, has been embroiled
in a controversy throughout the campaign that stems from his accusations
of alleged wrongdoing by city officials, which many say he has not yet
Conlosh also still faces the possibility of hefty fines because
campaign statements were not filed on time, and he has been dealing with
questions raised recently about his practice of carrying a service
revolver to the City Council meetings.
Crandall added that after the months of hard work and campaigning,
both he and his wife, Sandra, will take it easy for a day before getting
back to civic duties.