Friday, November 2, 2007

Sun Valley voters to elect 4 new leaders


Sun Valley voters will be asked Tuesday, Nov. 6, to elect a new mayor and to fill three City Council seats.
Registered voters can cast their ballots at Sun Valley City Hall from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Councilman Dave Chase, owner of an Internet news and blogging site, will be defending his appointment to retired Councilwoman Ann Agnew’s seat. Milt Adam, a retired engineer from southeastern Idaho, is challenging Chase for the two-year term on the council.
The mayoral candidates are incumbent Mayor Jon Thorson and opponent Wayne Willich. Thorson is a retired ophthalmologist and pharmaceutical executive. Willich is a retired Boeing executive.
In addition, incumbent Councilman Blair Boand, Planning and Zoning Commission Chairwoman Joan Lamb and challenger Dewayne Briscoe are running for two full-term, four-year City Council seats.
To read about the candidates’ positions on issues in Sun Valley, see the question-and-answer grids on the pages that follow.




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