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Posted on: August 15, 2019

Newcomers to vie for City Council seat

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Greer residents Mark Hopper and Andrew Hopkins filed to run for the District 3 seat on Greer City Council. Incumbent Kimberly Bookert, who won a special election in 2010 to fill the late Sandra Anderson’s council seat and won two successive terms, chose not to file for the 2019 election.

Unopposed candidates are:

• Rick Danner, who was elected as the City of Greer’s Mayor in 1999 and has served five consecutive terms.

• Jay Arrowood, who has served as the District 1 representative to Greer City Council since his election in 2003.

• Wryley Bettis who has served as the District 5 representative to Greer City Council since his election in 1999.

• Gene Gibson, who began his service as a Greer CPW Commissioner in 1982.

The Mayor and Greer City Council members serve four-year terms. Greer CPW Commissioners serve six-year terms.

Anyone wishing to be considered as a write-in candidate in the 2019 election must notify Municipal Clerk Tammy Duncan at tduncan@cityofgreer.org or (864) 801-2027 of his or her intent by noon on Aug. 29.

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