Incumbents in Meyers, California, park improvement district election remain seated |

Incumbents in Meyers, California, park improvement district election remain seated

MEYERS — Incumbents running in Meyers’ Tahoe Paradise Resort Improvement District elections will remain seated following the Tuesday, Nov. 3, election.

Eight candidates ran for four seats — two four-year terms and two short-term spots, which are typically two-year positions.

According to El Dorado County Elections Office results, Victor Babbitt and Judy Clot will serve on the board of directors for four more years. Babbitt secured 298 votes, while Clot won 219 votes. Challengers were Diane Verwoest (175 votes) and B. Jordan-Griffith (49 votes).

Incumbents Peter Nelligan and Joseph Cardinale won the short-term spots with 266 votes and 240 votes, respectively. The other two candidates were Franklin Jones (152 votes) and Jan Roman-Gonzales (141 votes).

The board’s fifth seat is occupied by El Dorado County District Five Supervisor Sue Novasel. A county supervisor always serves on the board, usually from the fifth district.

The election results are still considered semi-final until the California Secretary of State’s office certifies them.

The Tahoe Paradise Resort Improvement District was formed in 1965.

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