Three Town of Millet councilors undecided on election

Mayor Tony Wadsworth will seek Millet’s highest office again in October

Some of Millet town council’s incumbents have decided to run again in the upcoming October municipal election. But some of them haven’t decided.

Asked by the Pipestone Flyer before their regular meeting June 14 if they will let their names stand for re-election, each answered in turn.

Councilor Pat Garrett quickly answered yes. “I’m going to give it one more term,” Garrett said.

Councilor Carol Sadoroszney stated if all goes according to plan, she will run again. “If all is well, yes,” said Sadoroszney.

Councilor Vicki Pyle said she was consulting with loved ones before making her decision. “I would like (to run), just working out some things with my family,” said Pyle.

Mayor Tony Wadsworth said his name will be on the ballot in October. When asked if he liked representing Millet as mayor he answered, “It’s an absolute delight.”

Councilor Mike Storey stated he was not prepared to announce his decision yet.

Councilor Doug Peel also stated he was not prepared to announce his decision.

Councilor Eleanor Pydde decisively answered yes. “No doubt at all,” said Pydde. “My mind is made up.”

Nomination Day will be September 18, 2017. The municipal election will be held on October 16, 2017.

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