Race develops for Minden-Gardnerville Sanitation District board
The Minden-Gardnerville Sanitation District has the first down-ballot race of the 2016 election year as four people are seeking a seat on the board.
The district is the largest sewer treatment provider in Carson Valley and serves Minden, Gardnerville and the Gardnerville Ranchos.
Gardnerville residents Craig Wilcox and Patty Baratti-Sallani filed for positions on the board, along with Minden resident Bob Allgeier and Gardnerville resident Barbara Smallwood.
There are five members on the board.
Filing for elected office slowed down considerably on Tuesday.
Robert “Bob” McDowell was the second candidate to file for Gardnerville Ranchos Improvement District. A second candidate, incumbent Chris Johnson, filed for Indian Hills General Improvement District on Tuesday.
Area 4 School Board Trustee Neal Freitas filed to retain his seat on Monday.
Genoa Town Board member Timothy DeTurk filed for election on Tuesday.
At Lake Tahoe, Zephyr Cove resident Michael Rooney filed Monday for Cave Rock Estates General Improvement District.
Stateline resident Craig Schorr filed for the Kingsbury improvement district and Ronald Borsos filed for Marla Bay’s improvement district.
Zephyr Cove resident John Peel filed for both the Skyland improvement district and the Tahoe-Douglas Sewer District.
Filing continues through 5 p.m. March 18.