Category Archives: Elections

No-Bid Increase Recommendation Passed

By Megan Baughman Mason News staff writer Jon Droscha, Neal Johnson and Robin C. Naeyaert were voted into Mason’s three open City Council seats, and the recommendation to increase the bid level on purchases and sales also passed with 54 … Continue reading

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Grebner reelected as Ingham County District 10 Commissioner

By Allie Jarrell Mason News staff writer Mark Grebner, the Democratic incumbent of Ingham County’s District 10, was reelected as the county’s commissioner following the Nov. 2 election. According to Ingham County’s official website, 1,305 people voted in the election … Continue reading

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Two Mason City Council Members Reelected

By Lauryn Schroeder Mason News staff writer Two city council members were reelected Nov. 2. On Tuesday, 5,982 votes were cast. Robin C. Naeyaert was reelected with 1,415 votes (24 percent) and Neal Johnson had 1,174 votes (20 percent). They … Continue reading

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MSU Sophomore Runs for District 10 Ingham County Commissioner

By Allie Jarrell Mason News staff writer Nineteen-year-old Republican Nick Kowalski will be running against Democrat incumbent Mark Grebner for District 10 Ingham County commissioner. A Michigan State University sophomore, Kowalski is studying political theory and constitutional democracy. He is … Continue reading

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2 from Mason Run for Vevay Township Clerk

By Samantha Scheltema Mason News Staff Writer The one position for Vevay Township clerk, partial term, has two candidates from Mason. Both come with experience working on the township board. Candice Oesterle “Candice is not a politician. She is a … Continue reading

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Residents To Vote On Raising Requirement for No-Bid Contracts

By Megan Baughman Mason News staff writer This year, Mason voters will decide whether the City Charter should be amended to let the city make more purchases without requesting bids. The amendment would raise the amount the city can spend … Continue reading

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