The city of Lipan and the Lipan school district are set to have elections on May 10, unless no one challenges any incumbents who file for re-election. The filing period opened Wednesday and will continue through Feb. 28.
Lipan is the only municipality in the county to possibly have elections in May. Others – including the city of Granbury and Granbury ISD – have moved elections to November.
Elections for the Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) are held in May, but only in odd-numbered years.
For the Lipan School Board, these are the incumbents whose terms expire this year: Rhonda Millington (Place 3), Ned Tipton (Place 4) and Walter Baldree (Place 5). Place 2 also will be on the ballot. Todd Tuggle was appointed to that seat to fill a vacancy, but must be elected by voters to keep it.
No information was available at press time for Lipan alderman terms expiring in 2014.
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