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    Default Myriad candidates await Newton County voters

    Myriad candidates await Newton County voters

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    Mar 31, 2019 Updated Apr 1, 2019



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    NEOSHO, Mo. — Multiple candidates and a tax question await the decisions of voters in Tuesday’s elections in Newton County, including those in a race for Granby mayor and a tax question for the Westview School District.

    Granby

    Three candidates are running for the post of mayor of Granby. Mayor Travis Gamble resigned earlier this month but was not seeking re-election. Those on the ballot are Councilman Ira Hawkins, Casey Mallory and Martin Lindstedt.

    Patrick Wiley, Sabrina Glass and Joann Lamp are all running to claim the Granby South Ward council seat.

    Two candidates are running for the Granby North Ward council post. Incumbent Will Barrett is being challenged by newcomer Paula Carsel.

    Five people are running for two open seats on the East Newton School Board. Judy Harper is the only incumbent up for re-election. Challenging candidates are Bryan Johnson, Chuck Cook, Martin Lindstedt and Tracy Gorman White.

    Diamond

    Eight people are running for two open seats on the Diamond School Board. Chris Macy is the lone incumbent up for re-election. Challenging candidates are Tara Addington, Bill Buening, Monica Clement, Kay Culbertson, Alicia Hughes-Hirshey, Christopher Terry and Deke Beckett.

    Two candidates are running to secure the Diamond Area Fire Protection District director position. Incumbent Kerry Stanbery is being challenged by newcomer Mark A. Austin.

    Seneca

    Three people are running for two open seats on the Seneca School Board. Incumbent Preston Olson is being challenged by newcomers Roger Marrs and James Altic.

    Sarcoxie

    Three people are running for two open seats on the Sarcoxie School Board. Incumbents James Roberson and Gary Turner will be running for re-election against challenger Stan Garber.

    Fairview

    Two people are running for an open seat as the Fairview City Council member for the South Ward. Incumbent Pam McNee will be challenged by newcomer Della Cline.

    Newtonia

    Three candidates are running for two open positions on the village of Newtonia Board of Trustees. Incumbent Thomas Dale Landreth will be challenged by Jeffrey L. Goodall and Charri Edens.

    Redings Mill

    Three people are running for two seats on the Redings Mill Board of Trustees. Incumbents Donna R. Johnson and Brent Smith are being challenged by C. Scott Webster.

    Ritchey

    The village of Ritchey has one seat open for a one-year term on the Board of Trustees. Incumbents Lewis Marion and Carolyn Marion are running for the seat.

    Westview

    The Westview School District is asking voters to increase the operating levy ceiling by $0.68 to $3.43 per $100 of assessed valuation and to eliminate fully the Proposition C sales tax rollback on its operating levy. The funds would be used to improve and maintain the district’s properties and meet its operating expenses.

    The current total levy, with the rollback taken into account, is $2.75 per $100 of assessed valuation, which means the owner of a $100,000 home pays about $522 in annual school taxes. If the proposal passes, the new operating levy would be $3.43, and the cost to the same homeowner would be about $652 annually — an increase of about $130.

    Road Districts

    Proposed renewals of individual tax rates for another four years are on the ballots in the following Newton County road districts: Diamond, Fairview, Midway, Neosho, Seneca and Stella.


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    Default Newton County elections, April 2, 2019

    Newton County elections, April 2, 2019

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    Posted: Apr 01, 2019 03:02 PM CDT
    Updated: Apr 01, 2019 03:02 PM CDT



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    April 2nd, 2019, is election day. Here are items on the ballot in Newton County, Missouri. After polls close and numbers start coming in, KOAM will have the latest results, just click here.

    Neosho School District Board of Education (3 year terms, vote for 2):
    Jonathan Russell
    Stuart H Puckett
    Kevin Butler
    David K Steele

    Seneca R-7 School District Board of Education (3 year terms, vote for 2):
    Preston Olson
    Roger Marrs
    James Altic

    Seneca Special Road District: Shall the Seneca Special Road District continue the present tax levy of .1570 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the purpose of maintaning and improving roads in the Seneca Special Road for a period of four years, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023? (This is a continuation of the present tax levy and must be re-approved by the voters every four years. It is not a new tax or a tax increase.)

    Diamond R-IV School District Board of Education (3 year terms, vote for 2):
    Tara Addington
    Bill Buening
    Monica Clement
    Kay Culbertson
    Chris Macy
    Alicia Hughes-Hirshey
    Christopher Terry
    Deke Beckett

    Diamond Area Fire Protection District Director (6 year term, vote for 1):
    Kerry Stanbery
    Mark A Austin

    Diamond Special Road District: Shall the Diamond Special Road District continue to present a tax levy of .1748 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the purpose of maintaning and improving roads in the Diamond Special Road District for a period of four years, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023? (This is a continuation of the present tax levy and must be re-approved by the voters every four years. It is not a new tax or a tax increase.)

    East Newton R-VI School District Board of Education (3 year terms, vote for 2):
    Judith (Judy) Harper
    Bryan Johnson
    Charles (Chuck) Cook
    Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Lindstedt
    Tracy (Gorman) White

    Sarcoxie R-II School District Board of Education (3 year terms, vote for 2):
    James (J.T.) Roberson
    Gary Turner
    Stan Garber

    Fairview Special Road District: Shall the Fairview Special Road District continue to present a tax levy of .1641 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the purpose of maintaining and improving roads in the Fairview Special Road District for a period of four years, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023? (This is a continuation of the present tax levy and must be re-approved by the voters every four years. It is not a new tax or a tax increase.)

    City of Fairview Councilman South Ward (2 year term, vote for 1):
    Pam McNee
    Della Cline

    Stella Special Road District: Shall the Stella Special Road District continue to present a tax levy of .1431 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the purpose of maintaining and improving roads in the Stella Special Road District for a period of four years, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023? (This is a continuation of the present tax levy and must be re-approved by the voters every four years. It is not a new tax or a tax increase.)

    City of Granby Mayor (2 year term, vote for 1):
    Ira Hawkins
    Martin Luther Dzerzhinsky Linstedt
    Casey Malloy

    City of Granby Alderman South Ward (2 year term, vote for 1):
    Patrick Wiley
    Sabrina Glass
    Joann Lamp

    Joplin School District Board of Education (3 year terms, vote for 2)
    Sharrock Dermott
    Jennifer Martucci
    Michael E. Joseph

    Neosho Special Road District: Shall the Neosho Special Road District continue to present a tax levy of .1568 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the purpose of maintaning and improving roads in the Neosho Special Road District for a period of four years, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023? (This is a
    continuation of the present tax levy and must be re-approved by the voters every four years. It is not a new tax or a tax increase.)

    Neosho Use Tax: Shall the City of Neosho, Missouri impose a local use tax at the same rate as the total local sales tax rate currently two and one-half percent (2.50%) provided that if the local sales tax rate is reduced or raised by the same action? A use tax return shall not be required to be filled by persons whose purchase from out-of-state vendors do not in total exceed two thousand dollars in any calendar year.

    City of Neosho Councilman (3 year terms, vote for 2):
    William J.P. Doubek
    Robb Birch
    Angela Thomas

    Village of Newtonia Trustee (2 year terms, vote for 2):
    Jeffrey L Goodall
    Charri Edens
    Thomas Dale Landreth

    Midway Special Road District: Shall the Midway Special Road District continue to present a tax levy of .1795 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for the purpose of maintaning and improving roads in the Midway Special Road District for a period of four years, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023? (This is a
    continuation of the present tax levy and must be re-approved by the voters every four years. It is not a new tax or a tax increase.)

    Village of Redings Trustee (2 year terms, vote for 2):
    Donna R. Johnson
    Brent Smith
    C Scott Webster

    Pierce City R-VI School District Board of Education (3 year terms, vote for 2):
    Carl Younker
    Zachary Carnes
    Kodie J O'Hara
    Zachary (Zach) Renkoski

    Village of Wentworth Trustee (2 year terms, vote for 3)
    Rick Lowe
    Bruce Lambeth
    Rita Cartmell

    Westview Proposition: Shall the Board of Education of the Westview C-6 School District, Missouri, be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling by $0.6800 to $3.4300 per one hundred dollars assessed valuation and to eliminate fully the Proposition C Sales Tax Rollback in its operating levy in order to provide additional funds to improve and maintain its facilities and meet the operating expenses of the District? (If prop is approve, the adjusted operating levy of the District is estimated to increase from $2.7500, currently, to $3.4300 per one hundred dollars of assessed valuation in the tax year 2019 and each year thereafter)

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    Default Granby [S]Election Results:

    Granby [S]Election Results:


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    Granby [S]Election Results:

    Went over to the korthouse to see the [s]election results. They were doing something secret with the ballots in the old Division II court-room where they store the voting machines and were all paranoid about me and my friend looking in to where they took the ballots once cast.

    My friend from Chicago -- who said that no matter how corrupt that Granby civic corruption gets it was junior-leagus stickball compared to Chicago -- said that I might have won. I laughed at that because Granby-Gomorrah loves theyz' thieves, but at least they ought to pretend to the niceties and not act like Mitt Romney, who has the expression that you just missed him performing an act of self abuse on hisself. The entire point of me running is to make it obvious that democracy is a corrupt system of choosing rulers and that what is necessary and inevitable is a local military dictatorship over the survivors. Polytricks is crookeder than a game of three-card monte but for now it is the only game in town.

    Anyways, the results: For Mayor: Ira Hawkins 228, Martin Lindstedt 18, Casey Malloy 18.

    Huh, I did a dead heat with one of the town drunks. Ain't democracy wonderfool???!!!

    It is comforting to know that when the percentage of leaked water goes up from 36 % to over 50% (where it is now) to 67% that the current city council when it sells the Granby water supply to Missouri American Water that they will get a kickback like they did for the Styron $300,000 eyesore and you all will have a $100 water bill.

    For South Ward: JoAnn Lamp 123, Sabrina Glass 56, Patrick Wiley 11.

    JoAnn Lamp was sitting over at the Newton County korthouse all scared of the results. I told her that she won a free lawsuit if they keep on doing what they are doing. After all, she had her chance to fix things back when she was City Clerk. But perhaps she can find a City Clerk, Assistant City Clerk, and City Collector who knows how to keep the books and we can dispense with some of the city "workers" and Brad Taylor from having to do the book-keeping at $22.000 for each of the past four years of the T-Rampage Gamble - Ira Hawkins [mal]administration.

    For North Ward: Will Barrett 59, Paula Carsel 12.

    I would like to apologise to Paula Carsel. Over four years ago I urged Travis Rampage Gamble and Ira Hawkins to fire Paula Carsel because they claimed that she couldn't do bookkeeping with Quicken. And Sharon the elected City Collector couldn't do book-keeping quick enough. So Paula was fired by T-Rampage and Ira Hawkins. Then they hired Lawna Price who has never ever done the book-keeping at all, and hired outsiders to Granby who cannot and will not do book-keeping either. Brad Taylor does it all now at a cost of $22,000 a year and someone else does the dog&pony show audits with the secret "management letters" which are supposed to be a public record -- but are not.

    Perhaps one of my famous "Martin-Letters" is in order to the State Auditor.

    Anyways, Coongradulations, Granby-Gomorrah! I have a farm outside town with a well and am buying another farm with a well as well. I got a source of drinking water and I save my rainwater and only use 21 cubic feet of Granby water now. The rich among you can afford to drill your own wells from the declining aquifer and the rest who voted for things to remain the same, well, let them drink . . . . . well, whatever.

    See you all at the polls two years from now. But tomorrow I'm back to work on making the Ira Hawkins Administration one with the T. Rampage Gamble Administration.

    Hail Victory !!!

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    Default Election results by county: How you voted - 2019

    Election results by county: How you voted - 2019

    From staff reports | news@joplinglobe.com Apr 2, 2019



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    NEWTON COUNTY
    With 24 of 24 precincts reporting, complete but unofficial returns from Tuesday's balloting are as follows:

    CARL JUNCTION
    School Board (Two seats)

    Larry Cowger: 0
    Robert Hays: 1
    Terra Higgins: 1

    DIAMOND
    School Board (Two seats)

    Tara Addington: 61
    Bill Buening: 16
    Monica Clement: 66
    Kay Culbertson: 87
    Chris Macy: 106
    Alicia Hughes-Hirshey: 67
    Christopher Terry: 21
    Deke Beckett: 51

    Fire District Director

    Kerry Stanbery: 60
    Mark Austin: 158
    FAIRVIEW

    City Council South Ward

    Pam McNee: 0
    Della Cline: 2

    GRANBY

    East Newton School Board (Two seats)

    Judy Harper: 349
    Bryan Johnson: 204
    Chuck Cook: 350
    Martin Lindstedt: 20
    Tracy White: 281

    City Mayor

    Ira Hawkins: 228
    Martin Lindstedt: 18
    Casey Malloy: 18

    City Council South Ward

    Patrick Wiley: 11
    Sabrina Glass: 56
    Joann Lamp: 123

    North Ward


    Paula Carsel: 12
    Will Barrett: 59

    JOPLIN

    School Board (Two seats)

    Sharrock Dermott: 343
    Jennifer Martucci: 198
    Michael Joseph: 312
    McDONALD COUNTY

    School Board

    (Two seats)

    Chris Smith: 0

    Frank Woods: 0

    Nick Martin: 0

    NEOSHO

    City Council (Two seats)

    William Doubek: 436
    Robb Birch: 303
    Angela Thomas: 415
    School Board (Two seats)

    Jonathan Russell: 457
    Stuart Puckett: 559
    Kevin Butler: 341
    David Steele: 331

    Use Tax: Shall the city of Neosho assess a use tax of 2.5% percent on out-of-state purchases, including those made online.

    Yes: 320
    No: 335

    NEWTONIA

    Board of Trustees (Two seats)

    Jeffrey Goodall: 30
    Charri Edens: 34
    Thomas Landreth: 12

    REDINGS MILL

    Board of Trustees (Two seats)

    Donna Johnson: 0
    Brent Smith: 0
    Scott Webster: 0

    RITCHEY

    Board of Trustees

    Lewis Marion: 4
    Carolyn Marion:

    SARCOXIE
    School Board (Two seats)

    J.T. Roberson: 9
    Gary Turner: 4
    Stan Garber: 7

    SENECA

    School Board (Two seats)

    Preston Olson: 152
    Roger Marrs: 236
    James Altic: 311

    WESTVIEW

    School District Tax Swap: Shall the Westview Board of Education be authorized to increase the operating tax levy ceiling by $0.68 to $3.43 per $100 of assessed valuation and to eliminate fully the Proposition C Sales Tax Rollback by a like amount?

    Yes: 44
    No: 20

    UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES

    The following candidates were unopposed and virtually assured of election.

    CLIFF VILLAGE — Trustees: Sharon Stuart and Cassie Estes.
    DENNIS ACRES — Trustees: Elizabeth Comer and Sandra Parrill.
    DIAMOND — Mayor: Brenda Schmitt. City Council: West Ward, Dale Alford. Road commissioner: Randy Tuter; and Fire District director: Chuck Reynolds.
    FAIRVIEW — City Council: North Ward, Tammy O'Brien; Road District commissioner: Dan Smith.
    GRAND FALLS PLAZA — Trustees: Garry Campbell and Delon Dees.
    GRANBY — Municipal judge: Steve White.
    RITCHEY — Trustees: Jerry Hawkins, Bill Breedlove.
    SENECA — City Council: Ward 1, Bob Wilson; Ward 2, Cecil Vance. Road District commissioner: Bob Murray.
    SHOAL CREEK ESTATES — Trustees: Ronald Feagan.
    STELLA — Trustees: Jennie Lynn. Road District commissioner: Keith Guinn.
    WENTWORTH — Trustees: Rick Lowe, Bruce Lambeth and Rita Cartmell.
    WESTVIEW — School board: Jodi Farmer and Joey Rose.



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