Winter Park election results, ballot measures |

Winter Park election results, ballot measures

Votes are as follows:

Jimmy Lahrman 62 votes

Jim Myers 70 votes

Katie Riemenschneider 60 votes

Chris Seemann 64 votes

Katie Riemenschneider will have a 2 year term since she received the lowest number of votes, according to Winter Park officials. The mayor will be chosen by the council at a later meeting.

Ballot Measures:

65 for, 16 against: Referred Measure “A” asks voters to continue a 1 percent sales tax and lodging tax through July 1, 2017. Revenues from this tax are devoted to marketing the Winter Park area and capital improvement projects.

76 for, 3 against: Voter Registration/Purging of Voter Rolls asks voters to allow a change in language in the voter registration section of Winter Park’s Home Rule charter.

67 for, 9 against: Public Notices – “Exclusive management and control of the designation of official publications to be used for the official advertising of the Town shall be vested in the Town clerk. The manner of publication may include print, electronic and other media as appropriate to comply with applicable law and meet the carious publication needs of the Town. Such designation shall be made annually by the Town clerk and affirmed by resolution of the Council.”

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