Recreation proposal passes
All three council incumbents re-elected
Originally published 2007-05-03
Gunnison voters overwhelmingly approved Ballot Initiative 1A, the measure to bring additional and upgraded recreational amenities to town.
The total number of votes cast in favor of the initiative was 858, while 471 voters opposed the measure. That’s an approval margin of 65 percent.
In the race for Gunnison City Council, all three incumbents held on to their posts.
Mayor Stu Ferguson received the highest number of votes (740), while Jonathan Houck was next on the list with 663. Both were elected to four year terms.
Rick Miller edged out challenger Jim Gelwicks, 655 to 640. Miller will serve a two-year term.