|Written by Greg Ruland|
|Wednesday, 14 March 2007 13:04|
Tony Gioia defeated Mitch Dickinson by 250 votes to retain his seat as mayor of Camp Verde.
Gioia won with 1,370 votes to Dickinson’s 1,120, according to the Yavapai County Elections Department.
All results are unofficial until certified by the county.
With three open Town Council seats, Greg Elmer won outright with 1,506 votes.
The two remaining seats must be filled by a runoff in the general election on Tuesday, May 15.
Four candidates remain to fill two open seats: Harry Duke [1,223 votes], Councilwoman Jackie Baker [1,053 votes], Norma Garrison [1,033 votes] and Councilman Mike Parry [804 votes].
Impact fees, also known as development fees, won an overwhelming victory, 1,567 votes to 843 votes.
The fees could take effect as early as Thursday, March 22, depending on when the Town Council canvasses, or accepts, the vote.
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