Here’s your chance to have a bigger voice in the decisions that affect your neighborhood: Eight seats are up for election in April to the District 10 Como Community Council board.
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The Como Community Council Board is seeking candidates to fill the Sub-District 4 board seat recently vacated by Ben Kowalsky-Grahek’s election to the Vice Chair seat.
- Sub-District 4 board seat (Between Snelling and Dale South of the BNSF railroad tracks)
The Como Community Council Board is seeking candidates to fill two recently vacated seats on our board of directors.
Sub-District 1 board seat (West of Hamline & North of the BNSF Tracks)
Vice Chair (Open to all District 10 stakeholders)
merford and Alex Zikmund, who won special elections to fill vacancies on the Como Community Council Board. Voter turnout (122 ballots cast) set a record for special elections in District 10.
You submitted ideas. We winnowed down the list. Then you decided.
After nearly two weeks of voting, Como community members elected three new District 10 board members, re-elected four incumbents, and elevated two current members to officer positions. Elected to two-year terms, which begin May 4:
In all, 275 community members voted; that’s more than double the number who voted in recent years, when elections were restricted to in-person voting at the district council’s annual meeting. Because of state restrictions on public gatherings during the pandemic, the district council changed its bylaws to expand voting options in 2020.