Two men were re-elected Wednesday to direct the Central Davis Sewer District and another will take a seat on the five-member board for the first time.

Gerald Purdy and William C. Rigby, both Kaysville, were re-elected after 134 people voted for representation from Kaysville and unincorporated areas near Kaysville and Farmington on the sewer board. John Thacker of Kaysville was elected for the first time. The three will serve six-year terms, said Rigby, the board's clerk.The three men join Fruit Heights Mayor Dean Brand and Farmington Mayor Robert Arbuckle.

The sewer district serves Kays-ville, Fruit Heights, Farmington and nearby unincorporated areas.