Results for the American Fork mayoral race between Bill Thresher and incumbent James H. Hadfield were not available as of press time, nor were the results of the proposed $20 million road improvement bond.
Incumbent Cedar Hills Mayor Gary R. Gygi retained his seat by a large margin, capturing 74 percent of vote over challenger Curt Crosby.
A ballot measure in Cedar Hills requiring voter approval for any city building costing more than $400,000 was not approved by voters.
In Eagle Mountain, incumbent Heather Jackson was defeated by Christopher Pengra, 68 percent to 32 percent.
Hal Shelley defeated Jamie D. Towse, who challenged the incumbent Elk Ridge mayor.
As of press time, results for the Goshen mayoral race between incumbent Fred Jensen and Steven Staheli were not available.
Highland Mayor Lynn V. Ritchie did not seek re-election and will be replaced by either Larry Mendenhall or Mark S. Thompson. Results of this race and the road maintenance bond were not available as of press time.
In Lehi, Mayor Bert Wilson will continue his public service after winning in the race against Jim Hewitson, earning 57 percent of the vote.
Voters in Lindon elected Jeff Acerso, who won with 67 percent of the vote, claiming victory over James E. Slade. Incumbent Mayor Jim Dain did not run for office.
Also in Lindon, an arts and recreation tax was approved by 67 percent of voters, increasing sales tax within the city by 0.1 percent.
Results for the Pleasant Grove mayoral race between Bruce W. Call and David Peterson were not available as of press time, in addition to the outcome of the proposed $16.96 million bond.
Saratoga Springs' incumbent Mayor Mia Love did not again seek the city office, leaving an opening for Brandon Mackay or Jim Miller. Results of this race were not available as of press time.
In Spanish Fork, Steve Leifson filled the mayoral office left open by incumbent G. Wayne Andersen, who did not seek re-election. Leifson won with 62 percent of the vote margin over Chad K. Argyle.
Santaquin and Genola, where the candidates ran unopposed, did not hold mayoral elections.
Kirk Hunsaker was named mayor of Santaquin, succeeding James DeGraffenried, who did not seek re-election.
It came as no surprise that Lonny Ward is now mayor of Genola, the sole mayoral candidate in the race, taking over for Mayor Danny Throckmorton.
In Ogden, incumbent City Councilman Neil K. Garner will continue his service in Municipal Ward 1, which covers central and west Ogden, after challenger Pamela Shupe Stevens was disqualified after not complying with Utah's campaign finance statement rules.
Municipal Ward 3, covering east and central Ogden, will be led by incumbent Doug Stephens, who defeated Turner C. Bitton with 56 percent of the vote.
Marcia L. White will fill the Council Member At-Large Seat A, claiming 64 percent of the vote, ousting challenger Stephen D. Thompson. White is taking over for Councilwoman Susan Van Hooser, who did not run for another term.
Incumbent councilman Bart Blair will remain the Seat B Council Member At-Large; candidate Courtney Jon White was disqualified for not following the Utah campaign finance rules.
Hyde Park saw a voter turnout of more than 50 percent of registered voters in the ballot initiative to determine whether to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages within the city. The ballots were counted by hand, and as of press time officials had not reached a final tally.
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