Voters choose Roth as new mayor

Nov. 29, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE

Plymouth Michigan News


Ken Roth was chosen as the new mayor of Northville by voters last week.

He will replace Chris Johnson who opted not to seek re-election after 28-years in the position.

Roth won 71 percent of the vote with his total of 1,051 while Eileen Gikas, who also campaigned for the top job in the city received a total of 425 votes or about 29 percent.

Voters returned incumbent NancyDarga to the city council with 877 votes. Also elected to the council was Marilyn Price who garnered 917 votes.

Each will serve a four-year term. Joe Corriveau who was also seeking a council seat received 794 votes or about 30.5 percent.

Only 31.27 percent of the registered voters in Northville went to the polls Nov. 3. The three newly-elected officials were sworn in last Monday.


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