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Additional candidates file for Hiawatha City Commission
05/27/2020

(KNZA)--Two additional candidates have filed for positions up for election in November on the Hiawatha City Commission.

The Brown County Clerk's Office reports Brian Shefferd filed Wednesday for the position of Commissioner of Utilities.

The position is currently held by Toni Hull, who has filed for re-election.

The County Clerk's Office reports Nicholas Blevins filed Tuesday for the position of Commissioner of Streets and Parks.

Blevins joins Paul Mendez in challenging incumbent Becky Shamburg for the position.

Three positions are up for election on the Commission.

Candidates have until noon, June 1 to file.

 

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