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Holmes files for re-election

By Richard Greene | Published Saturday, February 9, 2019
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Boyd Mayor Rodney Holmes has filed to retain his post.

Holmes is one of three Boyd incumbents that have filed for the May 4 election. Mayor pro tem Mark Culpepper filed to stay in his Place 4 spot. Ashley Frisinger has filed to stay in the Place 1 seat, which she was appointed to last year. She will be running for the unexpired term.

Place 2 incumbent Tim Hammonds indicated at Tuesday’s meeting that he would file.

Holmes has been mayor since being appointed in 2016. He was re-elected to the post in 2017. With the city starting a major water project and also looking to annex 153 acres on Cemetery Road for the proposed Spring Hill South development, Holmes said it was not time to step away.

“There’s a lot going on that needs to be finished,” Holmes said.

Holmes has not drawn an opponent.

Chico Mayor Colleen Self will be opposed in her re-election bid by councilman Rick Bowling. Councilmen Gary Fatheree and Kevin Grimes have also filed.

Alvord Mayor Troy Gregg is running for re-election.

Rhome incumbents Josh McCabe, Place 1; Kenny Crenshaw, Place 2, and Elaine Priest, Place 3, have filed.

Tim Raley has filed for Place 4 on the Chico School Board and Steven Cox for Place 3.

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