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Muller Wins Commerce Council Seat

Howdy Wayne Lisenbee, previously a municipal planner in Pecos and Abilene, is scheduled to begin as City of Commerce City manager on Nov. 2, according to a city release.
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The Commerce City Council meets next on Jan. 22.

Stephanie Muller will be the newest member of the Commerce City Council, according to unofficial results. The city held a special election to fill a vacant council seat on Jan. 12. The seat had been vacant since for council member John Weatherford resigned after moving outside the city limits.

Muller received a little more than two thirds of votes cast, with 167 of 240 ballots. Other candidates included John Sands (27 votes), Brian McGinley (20), Conner Moreno (15), Judy Fane (6) and Ray Hunter (5).

Results are expected to become official when the Commerce City Council cnavsses the votes in a meeting Tue, Jan. 22.

 

 

Mark Haslett has served at KETR since 2013. Since then, the station's news operation has enjoyed an increase in listener engagement and audience metrics, as well recognition in the Texas AP Broadcasters awards.