The citizens of the Town of Frankford made their votes count this week, in an election held on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Voters re-elected incumbent Pam Davis to her seat for a new two-year term, with a total of 65 votes. Marty Presley — who was appointed by two members of the council in August to fill a vacant seat following the resignation of Jesse Truitt — was this time elected to serve a two-year term, with 60 votes. Edward “Skip” Ash, a former member of the council, was also elected to a new two-year term, with 62 votes.
The fourth candidate, Dawn Marvel-Beck, received 22 votes and will not be serving on the council.
The council will convene with its new make-up on Monday, March 7, at 7 p.m. at the Frankford Fire Hall, for the regularly scheduled council meeting. At that time, the three council members will be sworn in, and the council will reorganize.