Upcoming Election: Meet the Candidates at Two Different Forums

Meet the Candidates at the Huxley Public Library, 3C’s Building.  October 24, 5:30-7:00pm.

Meet candidates running for city council, mayor, and school board.  Take advantage of a time to ask questions and learn more about our city’s government.  And don’t forget to vote on November 5th!

League of Women Voters Candidate Forum at Nord Kalsem Community  Center, 204 W. 5th Street.  October 28, 6:30-8:30pm

Take advantage of one of the forums to ask questions and learn more about our city’s government.  And don’t forget to vote on November 5th!

Tree Branch Drop-Off Date: October 19th

To assist homeowners with the disposal of branches, the City will have a free branch drop-off day on Saturday, October 19th at the Huxley Public Works facility at 601 Oak Blvd.  Residents can drop off branches from 8 am to 12 noon.

Feel free to call 597-2561, ext. 201 with any questions or concerns.

 

Look Who’s Running for Mayor and Council

Election Day is November 5, 2019.  Due to a legislative change, the election will combine city and school elections.  Polling location for Huxley residents will be the Safe Room, 515 N. Main Avenue (between City Hall and Police Department).   Polling times will be from 7 am to 8 pm.  On the city side of the election residents will need to vote for mayor and two council member seats. Mayor serves a two year term, while the council seats are four year terms.

Mayor candidates (vote for one):
Kevin Deaton
Chris Gardner
Craig Henry

Council candidates (vote for two):
Nathan Easter
David Jensen
Joe Schierbrock
Tracey Roberts

For questions please 515-597-2561, ext. 201.