Jordan elected in Place 4 for Hutto City Council, runoff coming for Place 1

The City of Hutto has postponed its State of the City address set for Thursday.

The City of Hutto has postponed its State of the City address set for Thursday.

UPDATED: 10:03 p.m.

Scott Rose, with 217 votes, will face a runoff with Dana Wilcott, with 145 votes, for the Place 1 position on Hutto City Council. Rose had 44.74 percent to Wilcott's 29.90 percent. Steven R. Harris had 123 votes for 25.36 percent in the unofficial results Saturday night.

In place 4, Tim Jordan had 358 votes for 76.01 percent to win the spot over Michael J. Smith, who had 113 vottes for 23.99 percent.

UPDATED: 9:05 p.m.

Scott Rose leads two other candidates for Hutto City Council Place 1 with 217 votes, or 44.74 percent. Dana Wilcott has 145 votes and Steven R. Harris has 123.

Tim Jordan continues leading Michael J. Smith 358-113 for Place 4.

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Scott Rose has the lead for Hutto City Council Place 1 in early returns with 114 votes, compared to 67 for Dan Wilcott and 64 for Steven R. Harris. In Place 4, Tim Jordan has 180 votes to 57 for Michael J. Smith, who is not eligible to serve the spot. Smith resigned earlier this year due to a violation of the charter for owing back taxes.

Jordan was appointed to the position after Smith resigned.
By Joe Warner
Joe Warner is executive editor of Community Impact Newspaper. He previously served as managing editor for Central Texas and senior editor of the flagship Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto newspaper. He came to Central Texas from Metro Detroit, where he was editor and general manager of several daily and weekly publications. He is the former president of the Michigan Press Association and was on the MPA board of directors for nine years.


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