Lipan elections slated May 10

February 1, 2014

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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